Milder afternoon with some rain

DETROIT – There will be no additional snow today, but there is a chance of rain. I guarantee it. This means February 2021 will be the 11th snowiest February in Detroit (climate reports are from the late 19th century).

Despite cloudy skies and the likelihood of rain, temperatures are rising far above freezing point today. Today, however, there will be no leaching. Tomorrow and Tuesday, drier but colder weather returns. Mild weather is coming back from Wednesday to Friday.

Temperatures rise quickly above freezing just before precipitation. The sky will be cloudy, although light rain is possible until noon.

Remember that the ice around ponds and lakes, as well as rivers and streams, is getting thinner and thinner. It is best to stay on land. Please don’t dare to go on ice. Also, remember to be vigilant and keep children and pets away from ice-covered water.

Much more melting occurs on Sunday afternoon. Highs will be in the low 50s, despite cloudy skies and the remaining possibility of occasional rain showers. Shortly before sunset it gets drier.


The sunset is at 6:21 p.m.

Sunday evening is mostly cloudy and cooler. Temperatures are returning to the 40s.

Sunday night is getting colder. The overnight lows will be in the mid and upper 20s.

The first day in March 2021 is Monday. It will be partly sunny and cooler. Daytime temperatures are close to 35 ° F in lively conditions.

Tuesday is mostly cloudy, partly sunny and cool. The maximum values ​​are in the middle and upper 30s.

Wednesday and Thursday will be sunnier and milder. Afternoon temperatures close to 50 degrees per day.

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