Pleasant Saturday afternoon, chilly

By Andrew Humphrey, Local 4 Meteorologist, @AndrewLocal4
Published On: Dec 24 2013 06:15:20 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 30 2013 08:59:04 PM EST

Local 4's Andrew Humphrey runs down the weekend forecast - which includes some snow showers.

DETROIT -

A disturbance cutting through Michigan's Upper Peninsula and the Northern Lower Peninsula in the afternoon will get closer to Southeast Michigan Saturday evening and overnight.

This will bring cloudy skies back to Motor City area with flurries and scattered snow showers Saturday night and Sunday.

Gray skies Sunday will keep afternoon temps in the middle 30s.

Flurries and light snow will make travel tricky for motorists for any end-of-holiday driving. It will be a good idea for flyers to call their airlines to make sure flights are on-time. Many snow accumulations will be less than an inch.

When students go back to school Monday, partly sunny skies return after morning flurries. It will be chilly with highs in the upper 30s.

Temperatures rise to more seasonable territory, near 40 degrees, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Wednesday night will have rain and snow showers that turn to snow showers Thursday. 

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