Snowy, windy night makes for slick roads in Metro Detroit

Published On: Feb 19 2013 09:19:29 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 19 2013 09:36:01 PM EST
DETROIT -

A windy, cold and snowy Tuesday night has created slick conditions on Metro Detroit's roads.

Drivers are advised to take it slow and safe Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The morning should arrive with scattered snow showers. Skies should eventually become partly cloudy by Wednesday afternoon.

For the latest forecast, radar and weather statements go to JustWeather.com.

Meanwhile, wet conditions with temps near 20 degrees will keep roadways slick and slippery. Two counties, Washtenaw and Wayne, have been issued special weather statements for bands of heavier lake effect snow.

That means the counties could see a burst of moderate to briefly heavy snowfall, according to the National Weather Service. Some areas could see 1 inch of snow an hour.

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