DETROIT “There are still some clouds over the Detroit subway this Tuesday morning, but we have enough clearing to cool the pace in the 20s.
It’s a little cooler, as a teenager, in some parts of our northern zone when you leave.
A warm front is moving towards us, but the warmer paces can only be seen here on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The partly cloudy skies are quickly overcast by midnight, with peaks struggling around 40F this afternoon.
Wet weather is in progress, and in some parts of our western and northern zones, one or two inch of snow may fall in the late afternoon and / or evening. Be careful. The others will see a little winter snowy mix turn to rain at 40F flirting paces. It will be a loose evening road and the snow will be slippery or slippery, more likely north of the M 59. Western Michigan has winter weather advice starting in the afternoon.
Sunset: 5:05 p.m.
The rain will be a little heavier and more even on Wednesday. The good news on a busy (?) Day of travel is that the peaks rise from 45F to 50F in the late afternoon and evening. So, you don’t have to worry about snow and ice. However, a pool and pond are possible, so be careful when you get to where you need to get to.
We need to see the rain at 2 a.m. Thursday, which means the American Thanksgiving parade will be dry at Local 4 at 6 p.m. Look for the morning lows in the low 40s and the peak of Thanksgiving in the mid-50s, partly under a sunny sky. Any prolonged sunshine gives us a 60F shot to be grateful for.
Black Friday looks good with another mild day in the low 50s, in milky sunshine. There will be a slight disturbance on Friday night, clearing early Saturday. It will probably be a winter mix with a shot that will result in good snow dusting overnight. Then we have to dry out and bounce back on the small business Saturday as the 40s cool down. The Local4Casters app is always the best weapon and tool when we are preparing for our ever-changing weather and it is free!
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