Heavy rain and snow on the way this week


Friday night lows range through the 20s under mostly clear skies again.

EXTENDED: Temperatures will make it back to average Wednesday as we top out in the mid-50s. We'll have a shot at showers both days, but there should also be some sun.

We have already had a lot of rainfall in the last 30 hours but it looks like we have one more batch coming into the Valley.

Areas of fog tonight, thanks to melting snow and dropping temperatures.

Isolated higher totals are possible where squalls are most persistent, especially in the Primary Snow Belt.

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Wednesday will be partly sunny to partly cloudy and the start of a mostly dry stretch through the weekend. Most roadways are just wet thanks to warm surface temperatures in the 40s from yesterday. A few spotty rain showers will be possible in Eastern Kentucky.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cold temperatures develop, with an overnight low of 28 degrees. Our timeframe for some of the heavier snow bands will be 2 p.m.to 7 p.m., which means the evening drive may be slowed by the snow showers. The next system is pressing in overnight, and we do welcome a chance for showers before sunrise tomorrow morning.

Temps in the mid 20s feel like the teens in many areas around Metro Detroit, so you'll need to bundle up if you're spending any time outside today.

Thursday looks sunny and warmer, with highs getting into the mid-50s. Temperatures will be at or slightly above normal, and by the weekend, highs will climb into the mid 40s.

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