Southeast Michigan is off to a snowy start Wednesday morning, with about an inch of powder covering roadways by the 6 a.m. hour and another inch or two expected before the snowfall ends.
High temps are expected reach the mid-20s on Wednesday, said Sara Pampreen, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's White Lake Township office. A winter weather advisory is in effect through noon. "Isolated" portions of the area could see as much as four inches, she said.
Overnight into Thursday, the low temperature could fall to eight degrees.
Thursday "should be dry for the most part," during the day, with a high of about 22 degrees, Pampreen said. Thursday overnight and throughout Friday, there's a potential for 3 to 6 more inches of snow. Overnight lows on Thursday will hit 15.
The work week will end on a mostly dry note, as Friday hits a high of 26 degrees. Overnight lows could hit 18.
While Saturday will be a bit warmer, with a high of about 30, there could be another inch of snow.