DETROIT – A cooler start as you head out on this Friday Morning, and watch out for some patchy ice on the roads as numbers continue to fall.
A cold front is swinging through chasing our rain south and east today and we gradually get the sun back to end the work and school week. Look for temps to rebound back into the low and mid 30s all day and with the winds WNW 5-15 mph gusting to 20 mph, it will feel like the teens and 20s so grab the shades and the thicker coat again today.
Saturday starts chilly in the teens with sun early and quickly warming temps into the mid and upper 30s. Clouds will increase through the afternoon but we should stay dry during the daytime.
A weak disturbance moves through tomorrow night bringing scattered snow showers after 7 or 8 p.m. through the early overnight hours. Some spots around Metro Detroit may get a dusting, but no real accumulations likely.
We'll be back in the sun Sunday as highs will be back into the low and maybe mid 40s most of the afternoon to end the weekend.
President's Day Monday will be warm near 52 degrees with a good chance for rain showers by late morning or afternoon to start a wet stretch.
More rain and maybe thundershowers on Tuesday with highs near 60 degrees or warmer and waves of wet weather. Showers are likely to keep moving through for the first half of Wednesday before we start to dry out. Temps do fall on Wednesday back into the lower 40s, so a little wintry mix cannot be ruled out in some spots.
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