The national weather service says the primary hazards are 1 inch hail and 60 mph winds.
What about all those memes on the Internet that tell you a foot of snow is coming this weekend?
CBS 62 Meteorologist Jim Madaus said the warming trend should hold steady for the next month, with temperatures above the freezing mark for the foreseeable future. The worst lows should stay in the mid-to-upper 30s, he predicts.
“If there’s snow and ice and a chance of it being slippery out, we’ll be out (in the evening), we don’t want to take any chances,” Bryson said.
Until then, enjoy the weekend — the weather promises to be pretty good.
Meade says rain will add to the weight of snow, prompting concerns about possible roof collapses.
Another big snow event struck metro Detroit overnight Monday, slowing the morning commute and leaving local expressways a snowy, slushy mess.
Kroger in Birmingham had a few bags of lonely grapes left on a huge display that looked like it had been ransacked during an episode of “The Walking Dead.”
Up to an inch of snow an hour is expected on Sunday.
There’s no need to pull out the snowshoes just yet. Southeastern Michigan is being treated to more unseasonably warm weather for the next couple of days.