Cool and windy start to Tuesday

Published On: Dec 24 2013 12:23:18 PM EST
Updated On: Oct 22 2013 11:23:49 AM EDT

DETROIT -

We started the day in the upper 20s to low 30s with wind chills in the 20s all over the place. And now, the clouds are rolling in which means it will be a struggle for our temps to warm up this afternoon.

Highs will linger in the upper 40s and the winds will make it feel cooler all day coming from the West 7-17 mph with stronger gusts. We may see a few sprinkles, but nothing heavy and certainly nothing to worry about.

There are snow showers in Northern Lower Michigan and throughout parts of the Great Lakes Region.

We don’t expect to see much in the way of snow but it is possible tomorrow morning. We will likely be tracking a bit of a wintry mix early on your Wednesday and Thursday.

Although, it looks more scattered than widespread so not everybody gets their first flakes of the season.

There will be limited moisture so if it snows, we won’t see any accumulation. Wednesday is another raw day with lows in the low 30s and highs in the upper 40s and mostly cloudy skies. Winds NW 7-13 mph will again make it feel cooler all day.

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