Snow-rain cycle likely to persist across lower Michigan this week
Snow is falling in some Metro Detroit areas early Monday, but totals should stay around 2 inches before precipitation turns mainly to rain.
A winter weather advisory was in effect until 9 a.m. for much of southern lower Michigan.
The rate of snowfall could exceed an inch an hour, according to the National Weather Service, so visibility for drivers could be an issue.
The area most likely to see higher snow totals includes the Interstate 94 to I-69 corridor.
The weather pattern could persist several times this week, according to the NWS. Snow in the overnight and early morning hours through Thursday is possible, before temperatures warm above freezing and rain persists.