Metro Detroit weather: Snow melts Sunday, warm-up on the way this week

Highs in the low 40s

Metro Detroit radar on March 13, 2022. (WDIV)

DETROIT – Welcome to Sunday evening, Motown.

After springing forward one hour, getting some snow and feeling some sunshine, this evening will be chilly with some clouds overhead. Tonight will be chilly and not as cold as recent nights. Tomorrow will be milder, and it will be warmer by the end of the week.

Remember, Sunset is nearly an hour later than yesterday; at 7:38 PM.

Also, you can still replace all the batteries and all of your alarms.

Sunday evening will be partly the mostly cloudy and chilly. Temperatures will be in the middle and upper 30s.

Sunday night will be colder. Furnaces will not have to work as hard as last night, though. Overnight lows will be in the upper 20s in the 30s. Skies become mostly cloudy.

Monday will be milder with mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies. Under fuzzy sunshine, highs reach the low 50s.

After some rain showers late Monday night and early Tuesday morning, Tuesday becomes brighter, and it will be cool. Afternoon temperatures will be in the upper 40s to near 50°F.

Wednesday will be partly mostly sunny and warmer. Daytime temperatures will be near 60°F .

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday! It will be warmer under partly sunny skies. Highs will be near 65°F.

Rain showers return by the end of Friday. It will be mild with a mercury rising to the upper 50s.

Saturday will have periods of rain, and it will be cooler. Hayes will be in the upper 40s in the 50s.

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Lows on Sunday evening are expected to be around 30 degrees

About the Author:

Andrew Humphrey is an Emmy Award winning meteorologist, and also an AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM). He has a BSE in Meteorology from the University of Michigan and an MS in Meteorology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he wrote his thesis on "The Behavior of the Total Mass of the Atmosphere."