For the first day of fall on Sunday, Detroit was dry and cool.
In the wake of the weekend's weather, a high pressure will bring cool autumn-like temperatures to the region for the start of the new week, with temperatures in the upper 60s.
For the New Day Foundation Golf Tournament on Monday, temperatures remained close to 70 degrees with mostly sunny skies.
High pressure, over the Great Lakes will shift north of the Detroit area Monday and Tuesday, bringing warmer temperatures.
Sunshine is expected to continue through the middle of the week as the mercury rises to the mid-70s, just a few degrees above the average for the end of September.
High pressure currently looks to hold over the area through the week, with the next chance of wet weather towards the end of the week into the weekend.
Temperatures are not expected to get above the freezing point for the Seattle until early this week.
More snow is on the way for Cleveland before the weekend comes to a close.
The worst of the ice headed to the eastern U.S. will focus on the I-81 corridor from Virginia to southern Pennsylvania.
While heavy snow and ice are not expected to fall over much of the Midwest Sunday into Monday, some slippery roads and travel disruptions are likely.
As the saying goes, no two snowflakes are exactly alike. Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov's collection of high-resolution magnified flakes makes this widely-held belief more convincing.
Fresh cold and the return of Santa Ana winds are in store for Southern California to start the new week.
LaMesa, CA (1938)
100 degrees, warmest ever in US for Dec. Downtown LA had 91.7 degrees, only 90 degree reading in December.
Elkton, MD (1963)
Jet liner exploded near Elkton, MD killing all 81 on board. Lightning is believed to have caused the explosion of residual fuel under one of the outboard wing tanks as plane passed through a vicious thunderstorm.