Metro Detroit weather: Snow to slow down Sunday evening, but return Monday night

Overnight lows will be in 20s

After a cold start to your Monday, clouds increase through the day and snow is on its way.

DETROIT – After a widespread 2-to-3 inches of snow Saturday and Sunday, we’re already looking at our next chance for snow.

The flurries out there Sunday evening will come to an end before midnight, and we look to see clouds clear overnight. It’s going to be a cold night and breezy. Lows will be in the 20s, but wind chills will be in the teens.

After a cold start to your Monday, clouds increase through the day and snow is on its way. Arrival time for this next batch of snow looks to be around 6 or 7 p.m. It continues through the evening, before ending shortly after midnight. Another 1-to-2 inches is expected, but some models have upwards of three inches in select spots.

Following this snow, temperatures warm through the week. We’ll be back in the upper 40s for the middle part of the week, with rain returning later Wednesday into Thursday.

View: SE Michigan snow totals from Nov. 27-28, 2021

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Sanilac County from 5 p.m. Sunday through 1 a.m. Monday due to an anticipated additional 2-4 inches of snow. Parts of our North Zone will likely see a bit more consistent and heavier snow showers closer to Lake Huron through Sunday.

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