Metro Detroit forecast: Subzero wind chills
DETROIT – Get ready for subzero wind chills this Wednesday morning around Metro Detroit with temps in the teens and those winds still blowing and gusting NNW 10-20 mph.
The winds will be a factor all day as wind chills finally climb out of negative territory by 10am. The Winter Weather Advisory for the Eastern Thumb will expire at 10am if not sooner although areas around Lake Huron could still get a dusting to an inch or two this morning. It’s sunshine for the rest of us most of the day as temps hit the upper 20s this afternoon. Those northwest winds will drag afternoon clouds and maybe some flurries from Lake Michigan this afternoon.
Thursday will be brighter, more calm, and warmer with partly cloudy to mostly sunny and highs getting into the mid 30s or a bit warmer. The winds will be W 6-12 mph and all in all, a pleasant day tomorrow.
We may see 40 degrees Friday but skies fill with clouds in the morning with a wintry mix of rain and snow on the way. If this starts as snow, we may get a quick inch Friday midday and then a better chance for rain mixing in through the afternoon hours.
Saturday may start a little wet with that mix and then breezy and drying out. Sunday is the better weekend day with temps trying to boost into the low 40s with sunshine. You can always bring the Metro Detroit weather with you with our Local4Casters app.
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