Strong winds, chill temps today in Metro Detroit

Wednesday will stay dry, but temps will be chilly as wind picks up

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer

DETROIT - The sun has come out and the temps are climbing. The problem is, the wind is picking up and wind chill temps are still in the single digits to low teens for most of the day.

We'll see lake-enhanced clouds filling back in from time to time but we will stay mostly dry. Winds will be strong all day NW 10-25 mph. Travel trouble will greet you as you get near the big lakes

Southwest lower Michigan is getting pelted with snow and there is a Lake Effect Snow Warming there for several inches of snow. Other tricky spots are parts of southern Ontario and near Traverse City with more lake effect snow. Anyone driving through northern Ohio and Pennsylvania will run into some snowy and icy roads.

So be careful. If you're flying, check out the Travel tab in the weather section of

Happy Thanksgiving! Skies will be partly clear and cold early for the parade so dress in layers and bundle up. Expect a few scattered, light snow showers by late morning and into the afternoon or evening. If the computer models are right, it looks like an inch of snow or less.

We will see mostly cloudy skies with highs Thursday only in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees and less windy.

Black Friday will be cool and pleasant with a little more sunshine expected. Lows will start in the teens to low 20s and then warm up to the low 30s through Friday afternoon. Grab the latest radar images, cold neighborhood temps, and the weekend forecast on the new ClickOnDetroit app (it's free!) in your app store.

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