DETROIT – Skies will start with a nice balance of sun and clouds around Metro Detroit this Monday as more and more clouds fill in throughout the day leaving us only partly sunny and eventually overcast.
Those clouds are filling in ahead of a snow maker headed our way later.
It will stay dry during the day with highs in the mid to upper 30s to near 40 degrees with winds WSW 5-12mph. Snow showers will move in after the sun goes down this evening.
Sunset is at 5:03 p.m.
Snow Monday night
The snow moving our way is well timed because it will come after this evening’s commute around Metro Detroit. Look for snow to get going around 7-8 p.m. and continue for several hours into the late night and early overnight.
When it’s all said and done, this clipper will drop 1-2 inches of new snow by Tuesday morning which will make for a much more messy drive into work or school. Skies will slowly improve tomorrow after a morning low near 30 degrees. We will see morning clouds and slick roads to partly sunny and slightly warmer with highs around 42 degrees tomorrow.
Wednesday and Thursday will be warmer with a slight chance for a little rain or mixed moisture early Thursday. So, most of your Wednesday is dry with highs in the low to mid 40s and melting snow around Metro Detroit.
Thursday morning will be a close call with moisture and the type of moisture as most of the wet weather will dip to our south. Still, look for some morning showers especially south of 8 Mile Road and with temps in the mid to upper 30s, this looks to be rain in the morning and then partly sunny with highs possibly flirting with 50 degrees Thursday.
Right now, no big storms this weekend, but we may get a wintry mix on Sunday afternoon.
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