Get ready for an even colder stretch of weather as yesterday's cold front is now off to our east, allowing the cold to pour back into Southeast Michigan.
A passing flurry is possible today, otherwise plan on a cold day with partly sunny skies.
If you have any travel this week, there are no big systems to give you trouble. We'll be precipitation-free Tuesday and Wednesday.
The cold eases a bit midweek out ahead of low pressure that will bring us our next chance of precipitation around Thanksgiving.
The precipitation will fall as rain with temperatures in the mid-40s but might end with a bit of wet snow mixing in by night. Although at this point it doesn't look to be impactful.
Temperatures drop right back off late in the week, making for a cold weekend.