Coldest air of the season hits metro Detroit

Temps in the teens, low 20s this morning with wind chills in the teens

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer

DETROIT - This is the coldest air of the season so far and most of the Midwest and eastern United States are under the grips of this cold snap.

Temps in the teens and low 20s this morning with wind chills in the teens when you step out early this Wednesday.

Skies will be clear most of the day and afternoon sunshine will try to warm us closer to 40 degrees for our Wednesday high temperature.

Most neighborhoods will be in the mid and upper 30s most of the day.

And, the winds will start cranking again WSW 10-20 mph with a few stronger gusts so it will feel chilly all day.

More cool air hangs around tomorrow but it will be a bit warmer.

Our winds will consistently be cranking from the SW 15-20 mph gusting to near 30 degrees dragging in slightly warmer air into SE Michigan Thursday.

So, it will be a sunny, windy, and cool day with highs climbing into the mid 40s.

We will eventually see temps hit 50 degrees again by the weekend but we will see some rain as we warm up as well.

Grab the latest radar images, neighborhood temps, and a look at your chilly forecast on the new ClickOnDetroit app (it's free!) in your app store.

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