A wind advisory continues for all of Metro Detroit through 9 p.m. and winds are howling out there. ClickOnDetroit.com is your source for power outages as we expect more and more coming in throughout the rest of your Wednesday.
Temps peaked already in the mid 50s and will be falling fast all afternoon. We will see winds gusting 30-50 mph, and after the morning soaking, trees and tree limbs are loosened making for more concerns. Be careful driving with an occasional shower here and there.
We likely will see some spotty wintry mix move in after 4 p.m. Do what you can to stay off the roads, and secure everything in the yard if you haven’t already.
It’s going to be dry for America’s Thanksgiving Parade with morning temps in the low to mid 30s feeling like 20-25°F with a pesky morning breeze WNW 10-25 mph. Skies become partly cloudy to partly sunny on Thanksgiving and the breezes settle down a bit with Metro Detroit highs around 40°F.
It’s chilly for Black Friday shopping starting in the 20s with wind chills in the teens, but highs hit the upper 30s to low 40s while we stay dry and likely see a good bit of sunshine.
The weekend brings more wild weather with an approaching system Saturday that may start as some light snow or a wintry mix by mid morning, changing to rain through the afternoon.
It’s a cold rain with temps in the upper 30s to low 40s at best and quite frankly, miserable conditions for the Ohio State vs. Michigan game in Ann Arbor at noon.
A wintry mix is likely late Saturday into early Sunday, but it may stay warm enough for all rain. We’ll keep you posted as that wet weather lingers into Monday as temps tumble and a few snow showers are possible.
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