A wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain is making its way across southeastern Michigan.
If you’re wishing for some relief to the dangerously cold temperatures metro Detroit has been experiencing for what feels like months now — forecasters are warning you shouldn’t hold your breath.
The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory, in effect until noon Friday.
Another round of bitter cold is moving into Michigan as parts of the state dig out from record-breaking snowfall.
Areas of metro Detroit were hit with up to eight inches of snow.
The hardest-hit area will likely be the northern suburbs, forecasters say.
It’s another one for the record books.
These frigid temperatures can be potentially life-threatening, and frostbite can set in within minutes.
Metro Detroit could see up to three inches Friday night … but it won’t stop there.
Metro Detroit is waking up Friday to a fresh coating of snow, and things are about to get a lot colder.