Wind chill advisories end, but dangerous cold continues

Published On: Jan 30 2013 04:31:05 PM EST
Updated On: Jan 22 2013 02:11:21 PM EST

DETROIT -

Wind chill advisories for southeast Michigan have expired, but the dangerous cold will keep a tight grip on the area all day long.

Eventually, air temps make it to10 degrees above zero, but with west winds 10-20 mph, at times be prepared for subzero wind chills through Wednesday morning.

Cold sunshine will mix with periodic lake effect clouds trying to drop a few snowflakes.

It’s a good time to check on your elderly friends and family to make sure the heat is where it needs to be.

It will be only a bit warmer Wednesday with morning wind chills -5 to -15 and afternoon highs getting into the mid-teens.

You should expect a few light snow showers through the middle of the day but not much in the way of accumulation.

We may need to bust out the shovels Friday for a snow maker coming at the end of the week but it’s a bit early to tell exactly how much snow

Right now, the Local 4Casters' models predict 2-3” of snow for metro Detroit Friday.

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