Winter Climate Watch: Storm reaches southeast Michigan Tuesday night time and continues by way of Wednesday | Bot To Information

(CBS DETROIT) – A strong winter storm is anticipated to hit southeast Michigan on Wednesday.


  • Winter storm warning begins 5 am to eight pm Wednesday.
  • The winter climate advisory begins from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday.


The snow will begin arriving tonight after 2 am Wednesday. The heaviest snowfall will happen between Wednesday morning and afternoon. Touring will likely be harmful so watch out and plan forward for slippery roads.


Larger snowfall totals for Lenawee, Monroe and southeast Wayne counties. (Areas beneath Winter Storm Warning). These areas ought to register between 4 and eight inches. Areas north of that may count on 3 to six inches.

It is going to even be windy Wednesday morning, with wind gusts in extra of 30 mph. Snow will blow and scale back visibility.

Your NEXT Climate staff can have you coated through the storm, and the NEXT Climate Tracker will likely be driving by way of the world monitoring highway situations on Wednesday. Contact us if you need NEXT Climate Tracker to drive in your hometown.

Ship all snow stories and totals safely tomorrow should you can to your #NEXTWeather staff.

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