Weather advisory ends in SE Michigan but snow in Monday's forecast

Ariana Taylor
The Detroit News

After 1-3 inches of snow fell in Wayne, Lenawee, Washtenaw and Monroe counties Saturday into Sunday, a winter weather advisory for parts of Metro Detroit expired at noon.

Parts of southeast Michigan remain under a hazardous weather outlook with up to an inch more of additional snow accumulation expected Sunday.

"The bulk of the event is pretty much over. So we're just going to have occasional light snow or flurries throughout the day with little additional accumulation," said National Weather Service meteorologist Steven Freitag.

All ages move outdoor for sledding on Shiawassee Hill in Farmington Hills on Sunday.

Most of the snow fell Sunday morning, as pockets of heavier snow moved in from Indiana. Oakland and Macomb Counties were not included in the advisory since both areas received low snow accumulation. 

Snow is in the forecast for Monday and Monday evening in Washtenaw, Wayne, Lenawee and Monroe counties, generally along and east of a line from Port Sanilac to Pontiac to Blissfield.

The weather service said an additional 1 to 2 inches of accumulation is possible.

A winter weather advisory remains remains in effect until 7 p.m. Sunday for Branch, Cass, Hillsdale and St. Joseph counties in southwest Michigan where up to an inch of additional accumulation is expected. 

Some slick roads will be possible after sunset with wet roads freezing as temperatures fall.