DETROIT (WWJ) – Bundle up! It’s going to be a cold one in metro Detroit Friday.
Temperatures will be below freezing all day, barely reaching 30 degrees, according to CBS 62 Chief Forecaster Karen Carter.
It’s so cold, a weather record was almost broken this morning. Temperatures dipped to 19 degrees at Detroit Metro Airport, tying the record low. The last time it was this cold on a November 10th was 1926.
“It definitely feels like winter today,” said Carter. “Temperatures are well below normal,” which are usually around 50 degrees this time of year.
There’s also a chance for snow flurries Friday morning. But then clouds will move out and reveal sunny skies for the rest of the day.
Here’s a look at the extended forecast from the CBS Detroit weather team:
Friday — A mix of clouds and sun. Chance of flurries early. High near 30F. Low 22F.
Saturday — Considerable cloudiness. High 38F. Low 31F.
Sunday — Chance of afternoon showers. High in the upper 30s. Low 32F.
Monday — Partly cloudy. High 43F. Low 33F.
Tuesday — Mix of sun and clouds. High 44F. Low 38F.