Another winter storm moves overnight, stretching snow south to northeast southeast Michigan. It will affect us all for the sake of traveling, but in different ways.
The snow storm across the Ohio border will be around 11 p.m., and will continue north to Detroit by midnight. These areas will change to rainfall and frozen overnight after 1 to 2 inches of snow-up. The roads will be running for a Tuesday morning drive with as many as 3 ice ice in the counties of Lenawee and Monroe. Across Detroit to Ann Arbor there may be up to a quarter of ice on top of the snow.
In the northern suburbs, up to I-69, it will take longer to change the way in the snow and snow. However, roads will still snow covered with ice-catching on top of the morning driving. In the north and north I-69 snow should be mostly, if not all, early in the morning, driving slowly with up to 3 or 4 inches of new snow on the roads.
I-94 and south, expect more ice tonight on Tuesday morning or snow. There will be many ice to close schools and cause problems at the airport, and at least snow or about a snow. It will be possible to run the rain alone for a while on Tuesday morning and then Tuesday afternoon rainfall. Then the rain will go to the morning and snow on Tuesday on Wednesday morning. Another inch will come mostly for the morning mornings on Wednesday.
The northern suburbs around and around M-59 will also find a mix of ice and snow tonight on Tuesday morning, 1 to 2 inches of snow and 1/4 inches of ice. That is enough ice to close schools and it could take power. The rain will run freezing through Tuesday early in the evening with another. 1 inch of ice will be possible, and then there will be a change at the end of ladies late on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, the air storm will warmer from the south to the north in the morning. Around 8 a.m., the weak line (getting frozen above) will be in the counties of Lenawee and Monroe. Under 10 a.m. It moves north to Detroit and Ann Arbor. The enclosure will continue north to the M-59 corridor by noon. Finally, there will be about 2 p.m., moving to the I-69 Path.
When the fluid line moves through your area, the road conditions will improve.
There will be more snow for everyone starting on Tuesday afternoon three mornings on Wednesday. I-69 and north will receive 3 or 4 inches, the metro area will receive 2 to 3 inches, and the southern counties of Lenawee and Monroe will get in the morning or snow at the Wednesday morning competition.
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