Cold to Linger in Detroit This Week

By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
November 27, 2013; 11:25 AM
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There could be some occasional showers across the Detroit area Thanksgiving Day.

Thursday will also feature periods of sun, but those headed outdoors should wear a coat, as the high temperature will only be around the 30-degree mark.

For the weekend, temperatures will warm slightly, nearly closer to 40 degrees, starting on Saturday.

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The skies Friday should be mostly sunny, but cloudiness will increase on Saturday. Snow showers will return the area again on Sunday.

Heading into next week, temperatures will dip back into the 30s and Tuesday may bring some trouble for the morning commute as ice is forecasted for the city.

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