DETROIT – A wind advisory is in effect for Detroit and all of southeastern Michigan by 7:00 p.m.
Welcome to Saturday.
Strong winds and gusts still affect the area. Sustained wind speeds can reach 15-35 mph, with gusts of up to 50 mph or more.
Drivers should remain vigilant and watch for flying debris, fallen power lines, or falling trees or tree branches.
Prepare for additional power interruptions or blackouts by charging all mobile devices, having fresh batteries and flashlights, and using portable radios or televisions.
If a generator is to be used, keep it outside and away from your home or building.
Saturday night winds are blowing in the colder air from the west and northwest and we have experienced a drop of over 20 degrees since morning. The times are in the upper 30s, scattered rain showers, snow showers and a winter mix to keep us on our toes. It stays fresh after dinner.
Saturday night will be colder and windier. Overnight lows will be in the 1920s.
Next 4 days
Sunday will be sunny and cool in season. The wind speed will be much lower as the afternoon temperatures hit the low 40s.
Monday will be mostly sunny and cool. Daytime temperatures will be a little higher; almost 45 degrees.
Tuesday will be partly sunny and cool. The peaks will be in the mid-1940s.
Wednesday will be milder with a risk of rain showers. The peaks will be in the mid-1950s.
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