Cool weekend, snow possible next week

DETROIT – The winds will finally leave us alone for the weekend, but the temperatures will continue to trend colder until next week.

As the winds relax and the sky clears overnight, temperatures in the metro zone rise to the lower and mid 20s. But many other spots can end in their teens through Saturday morning. You can find a breakdown of these numbers on the 4ZONE page. At least we have no wind chill as the wind will be almost calm at the beginning of the weekend.

Saturday and Sunday are not as warm as the work week, but neither is it as windy. So Mother Nature gives us the green light to get outside on both days. Expect lots of sunshine on Saturday with a few extra clouds on Sunday. The highs hit Saturday in the mid 40s and Sunday in the top 40s. That is a little above normal in mid-March

You probably just need to worry about the coffee maker and microwave, but this weekend we put our clocks forward an hour before bed on Saturday night (spring forward). Daylight saving time officially starts on Sunday morning at 2 a.m. We don’t have to mess with the clocks again until November 7th.


I thought burying this below would be the best way to approach this. Yes, there is snow in the forecast. It is not the Monday night system that can be a wintry mix of sleet or freezing rain before it becomes completely liquid. Thursday a system from the south cuts us off. But the temperatures will be cold enough to produce snow. It’s just a matter of how much moisture will there be to make it.

Have a nice weekend!

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