(WXYZ) - March certainly came in like a big nasty Honolulu blue Detroit Lion with half a foot of wet and heavy snow on the first and it doesn't seem like the Lion pride wants to move on just yet.
(WXYZ) - Snow will fall during the morning commute on Tuesday. It will be only about a half inch, but the timing during the drive wil slow traffic. There could be a few mixed showers in the afternoon of rain and snow.Next 48 Hours:Tonight: Increasing clouds with a snow showers developing toward morning. Lows around 30 with an east wind at 10-15 mph.Tuesday: Snow moves through in the morning with about a half inch in most areas. Then in the afternoon there could be showers of rain and snow mixed.
(WXYZ) - You can blame it on the groundhog if you don't like winter weather, but we have a lot packed into the first week of February.Snow will move in from the west this evening around 9 p.m. and move out on the east side around 2 a.m.Most areas will get 1" - 2" with the most likely areas for 2" around and south of 8 Mile Road.Next up on the winter hit parade will be snow Tuesday night and through Wednesday morning with another 2"-3" likely.
It will be about 20 degrees colder on Monday. Temps will be around 40 for highs except near the big lakes on the east side where temps will struggle to get into the middle 30s with the wind off of the lake. https://t.co/GGzKhVnnG7
The northern lights are a possibility tonight and tomorrow night, but some clouds may block them. The best time tonight is after midnight as high clouds thin a bit.
The best time tomorrow night is very late before sunrise. https://t.co/ZkLAGIBUk9
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