A strong low pressure system will slowly exit the Eastern Great Lake Region Tonight, with most of the accumulating snow over southeast Michigan ending around Midnight. The exception will be across the eastern Thumb region, where strong northerly winds off Lake Huron will prolong the snow into Monday morning. Temperatures will fall into the teens tonight everywhere, settling around 10 degrees by morning, leading to wind chills of 5 to 10 below zero.
Stay tuned to the latest forecasts and headlines (along with this web news story) concerning this event.
Are you interested what your chance of receiving 4 inches of snowfall from this storm is? How about 2 inches? Or 10 inches? This type of information is available through the PROBABILISTIC SNOWFALL generated on the NWS Detroit/Pontiac website.