Highs in the upper 30s
By Andrew Humphrey, CBM
DETROIT – Football fans going to and from Super Bowl parties or sports bars will still have dry streets to drive on. Temps will be in the low 30s. By nightfall, it will be back in the 20s.
Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with overnight lows in the low 20s. Make sure your heater is working.
Monday will be chilly, again, with afternoon temps in the mid 30s. Skies become overcast, and temps fall to freezing or lower at night with freezing rain possible with the next storm system.
Icy conditions persist early Tuesday morning. Enough warm air arrives wear ice slowly thaws and freezing rain converts to rain, but it remains slick. Later Tuesday, highs reach the 40s with wet conditions.
Behind a cold front, snow is possible late Tuesday night and Wednesday. Highs will be just above 30 degrees, as highways become snowy and slushy, again.
Thursday and Friday will be sunnier but colder. Nighttime and early morning lows will be in the low and middle teens. Daytime highs will be in the middle 20s Thursday and in the low 30s Friday.
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