The National Weather Service said wind gusts increasing to 45 miles per hour are possible throughout the morning.
Weather forecasters say the spring-like and record-breaking temperatures that came in Tuesday are ending Wednesday. And the corresponding 30-degree drop will turn rain into snow.
“Normally the car is just left unlocked. The bad guy sees the car is running and nobody is in it, he tries the door and gets in and steals the car,” said Warren Police Lt. Dan Beck.
Despite the warnings to cover up while outside, this week’s bitter cold has been keeping hospital emergency rooms busy.
A bitter cold snap continues to grip Michigan, forcing school closures and prompting warming centers to extend hours for those most at risk.
Highs Tuesday hover around 13 degrees, with the Accuweather RealFeel temp between 5-to-10 below.
Michigan is bringing in a new type of snow plow this winter, one that can clear widths up to 25 feet.
Feet flying in the air because of water, ice or snow? Case dismissed — unless someone absolutely can’t avoid the hazard.
Driving conditions are continuing to improve Thursday, thanks to the various crews around the tri-county area that have been clearing snow and ice from the roads.
Definitely give yourself extra time if you have a flight to catch at Detroit Metro Airport — not only because of the roads, but also long lines due to cancelled or delayed flights given the recent snowfall.