Hopefully, your fall pickup is done because the first significant snow of the season is knocking on our front door with an expected four to six inches of snow expected to be on the ground by the time this system is done.
All of southeast Michigan is under a Winter Weather Advisory all day Monday until midnight. Some schools have opted for early dismissal and many are beginning to cancel evening activities. You can see an updating list of school closures here.
Here's the timeline of when we'll see the snow:
Rain moved into southeast Michigan and the Thumb around 4 p.m. Sunday. By midnight into Monday morning, that moisture turned to snow as a cold front moved through. We'll be seeing snow for most of Monday morning, afternoon and evening.
It won't end until midnight Monday, by then we'll have between 4 and 6 inches of snow. But parts north, especially around Port Huron, will see over 8 inches of snow. St. Clair County is under a Winter Storm Warning.
Of course, that all-day snow will be around for Monday morning rush and the evening rush hour. Just slow down, give the driver in front of you a few extra feet, and, as always, put the phone down.
This snow could break the record for daily snowfall on November 11 in Detroit, which is currently 4.1 inches.
And the snow will stick around on the ground for a while. Windy, cold conditions move in on Tuesday with highs only in the 20s.
Track the snow as it moves in and then falls all Monday with the FOX 2 Weather app. It's free in the App Store and in Google Play.