Snow ending, but more is on the way to Metro Detroit

By Paul Gross, Local 4 Meteorologist, @PaulGrossLocal4
Published On: Feb 04 2013 06:32:54 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 04 2013 07:33:31 PM EST

Snow is not done falling in Metro Detroit.

DETROIT -

A static storm track that is bringing  storm after storm across Michigan will hold steady through Thursday, before finally showing some signs of change.

The next storm should bring snow to our area by Tuesday afternoon, and this storm looks very similar to the one that crossed the state today with a general one-to-three inch snowfall. 

For the latest forecast and weather conditions go to JustWeather.com.

Our morning rush hour looks dry tomorrow, but snow could grease up the roads for the drive home.

After a break with some sunshine on Wednesday (and boy will that sunshine look and feel good after such a cloudy stretch of weather), the next Clipper will clip us on Thursday. 

Right now, my computer models disagree upon the placement and strength of this storm, so it's tough to say right now how much snow this storm will give us.

Then we finally get into some fine winter weather just in time for the start of the Motown Winter Blast.  A lot of you will be coming downtown for all of the fun, and both Friday and Saturday look terrific with some sunshine and highs in the low 30s!

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