Metro Detroit Weather: Tracking Snow Flakes Tracking – tech2.org

Metro Detroit Weather: Tracking Snow Flakes Tracking


Detroit – The weather landscape is playing out as expected for a massive, disruptive winter storm that will affect today and New England.

We will be on the extreme northwest perimeter of the system’s expanding rain gradient, so light snow will develop over southeast Michigan as soon as we can move a layer of dry air up – it should be through the morning, snow. Head north as the I-69 Corridor by noon with a move along.

The snow will subside and flow in the evening before it starts to subside.

All told, I think many of us will get around an inch of accumulation, with 1-2 inches of total snow possible in Lenowai, Monroe and parts of southeast Wayne County. While these numbers may fluctuate slightly, it will not be a big snowfall for us, as if they would be out east.

The high Wednesday should reach the low to mid 30s (0 to 1 degree Celsius). East-northeast wind 10 to 15 mph.

Today’s sunrise is 7:56 AM, and today’s sunset is 5:02 PM

Snow falls on Wednesday night (you will hold it for the longest time in the south zone, which is why you will have the highest totals). Lows in the mid-20s (-4 to -3 ° C).

It is possible to be cloudy on Thursday with a shower of snow – but I have no hope if there is an accumulation. Highs in the low to mid 30s (0 to 1 degree Celsius).

Mostly cloudy on Thursday night, staying in the mid-20s (-5 to -4 ° C).

Development should occur at some points on Friday in partly cloudy skies, extending from the mid to upper 30s (3 ° C).

It still appears that a weak front will produce some light rain and / or snow showers on Saturday, although it is possible that the day will start the day. Near high 40 ° (4 to 5 ° C).

Sunday will probably be mostly cloudy with morning snowfall. High again near 40 ° (4 to 5 ° C).

Long-range models in the morning still advertise a strong cold front arriving late on Festivus (Wednesday), with lake-effect snowfall possible on Christmas Eve. Will they be enough to give us a white Christmas? It depends on the very precise wind trajectory that determines where those lake effect bands are installed. fingers crossed! High Thursday in the low to mid 30s (0 to 1 degree Celsius).

Then on Christmas day it will be partly cloudy and high temperatures near 30 ° (-1 ° C).

Apparently, we are still more than a week away from Christmas, so these details are subject to change.

Stay tuned, I’ll keep you posted!

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