Metro Detroit Weather: 20s overnight and colder than average Monday
Chilly, but dry, on Thanksgiving morning for the parade
Here's the latest forecast for Metro Detroit:
Colder and a little less windy Sunday night. Lows fall to the mid- and low-20s overnight.
Remember to bring pets indoors, again, and use caution when using space heaters. Extinguish all fires in fireplaces before going to bed.
Monday will be sunny, but remain chillier than average by 5 to 10 degrees. Highs will barely make it to 40 degrees. Scholars (aka, students) can enjoy outdoor recess while dressed in jackets, coats, hats and gloves to stay warm.
Tuesday afternoon will be mostly sunny and more seasonable. Daytime temps will be near 45 degrees. Wednesday is a big travel day. The next low pressure system with a cold front arrives with rain. It will be wet and soggy for drivers and flyers with highs in the mid 40s. Families must factor on extra time and call ahead to make sure flights remain on-time.
Happy Thanksgiving, Thursday! Showers linger Thanksgiving morning, before dawn. When America's Thanksgiving Parade presented by Art Van starts, it becomes drier and will be chilly for attendees and participants. Morning temps will be near 40 degrees. Afternoon temps will be in the upper 40s as the Lions play the Minnesota Vikings at 12:30pm ET.
It will be dry Thanksgiving evening as families go to and from dinner.
Friday's shopping weather will be dry and chilly with daytime temps in the 40s.
Happy Thanksgiving, Thursday! Emerging sunshine. 30s in the morning for Americas Thanksgiving Parade. 40s in the afternoon. - @AndrewLocal4
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