DETROIT – Wasn’t it nice snow on Sunday?
It was very light, fluffy snow that was easy to shovel or broom, and great for sledding and skiing (and snowshoeing – I have to mention this because my cousin Sandy snowshoeing yesterday).
The next incoming dose will be snow heavier snow, so it will be harder to shovel, however, it will be better to make snowmen on the bright side!
But first we will have a dry day on Monday, even limited sun breaks are possible this morning. But we will cloud in the afternoon. The highest is from the mid to mid-30s (0-1 degrees Celsius), with northerly winds at 5-10 km / h to the northeast.
Today’s sunrise is at 7:53 and today’s sunset is at 17:39
Snow is evolving, but probably only until midnight or after – the roads should be fine tonight if they have to go out. Lowest in the upper 20s (-2 degrees Celsius).
We will continue to snow on Tuesday. As for the accumulations, it seems that the more robust snow may now fall in the middle of our area – 2-4 inches is likely, less to the south as we approach the state line.
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Tuesday’s elevation should be again from the mid to mid-30s (0-1 degrees Celsius).
The snow ends Tuesday night, with low temperatures expected in the mid-20s (between -5 and -4 degrees Celsius).
Wednesday is mostly cloudy, with the highest temperature near 30 degrees (-1 degrees Celsius).
It will be partly cloudy late Wednesday evening and the clear skies will allow the temperature to drop to mid-teens (-10 degrees Celsius).
Thursday partly cloudy, with the highest temperature in the mid-20s (-4 degrees Celsius).
Thursday night was mostly clear, with low teenage temperatures (-11 degrees Celsius) low, and we could even see a few digits in our coldest regions.
Friday is mostly sunny, with the highest temperatures in the mid-20s (-4 degrees Celsius).
On Saturday, the clouds increase, the highest in the low 30s (0 degrees Celsius). At this point, it seems that daylight hours should be dry until our next weather system accelerates. The snow should develop on Saturday night, a winter mix may form during the night hours, and continue on Sundays.
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