DETROIT – Wind chills were in the neighborhood of -15° to -30° F this morning depending on where you are.
It will be another bitter cold, but bright day as sunshine helps our spirits as highs struggle to passed the single digits and winds WNW 5-15 mph will gust to 20 mph late morning through mid afternoon.
The weekend starts super cold with more subzero temps to get going Saturday around Metro Detroit. In fact, this will be the coldest number we see during this Arctic Chill with clear skies and light winds to start the day. Be careful! Sunshine will give way to partly cloudy skies with very little activity in the skies.
Sunday starts chilly near 0°F or colder, but we will warm into the mid or upper 20s to end the weekend. Most of the day is dry, but expect snow in the afternoon Sunday into the evening. Snowy conditions will stick around through Monday morning bringing a total of 1-2” of fresh snow around Metro Detroit.
Track temperatures and our next snow chances with our Local4Casters app.