Metro Detroit Weather: Rounds of snow this weekend

Casey Dawson
February 12, 2018

Weather forecasters say communities around Metro Detroit probably won't see as much snow on Sunday as they did Friday but it's still too early to put those shovels away.

The skies should be clear by Monday for what's shaping up to be a 45-degree day, although a small chance for rain remains in the morning.

As some continue to dig their way out of the nine inches of snowfall from Friday, a winter weather advisory remains in effect for southeast MI from now until 4 p.m.

Many areas are under a wind chill advisory. The system is expected to be out of east-central Kansas by daybreak.

Tuesday: A chance of showers after 3 p.m. For most of the area, freezing rain is the primary concern. Slick conditions were also reported by authorities in Greenwood and Morris counties. Stay tuned to KVOE, and KVOE social media for the latest.

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Another round of snow is expected this weekend across central and eastern Kansas. The tentative forecast shows only light snow. We will see a break from the snow this evening, but another round of snow will blanket the area on Sunday with 1"-3" of new snow expected by Sunday evening. Sunday night will be quite a bit colder.

More snow chances are possible this weekend in the KVOE listening area.

Watch for a rain or snow shower mixing with a pocket of sleet, freezing rain or freezing drizzle through Saturday morning.

"Light ice accumulations up to.1" are possible, mainly affecting untreated surfaces. Southwest winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. For counties along and north of Interstate 70, a very brief window will exist for freezing drizzle and then all snow is expected. We expect little or no snow accumulation.

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