Arctic Cold in Store for Detroit

By , Meteorologist
November 11, 2013; 4:31 AM ET
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Following an occasionally blustery and chilly weekend, arctic air will settle over Detroit this week.

High temperatures will fail to climb out of the middle to upper 30s on Tuesday, likely becoming the week's coldest day. Gusty winds will contributing to even lower RealFeel® temperatures.

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Overnight lows will plummet into the 20s Tuesday night, and it may feel more like the teens.

Despite sunny skies Wednesday and Thursday, temperatures will hover around the 40 degree mark for the duration of the week. A couple of showers will be possible Friday.


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