Much colder air and windy conditions moved into Detroit for Black Friday, and these conditions are expected to continue into the weekend.
A cold front began ushering in chilly air Friday. The high temperature on Friday, in the lower 50s, was set early in the morning. Temperatures fell into the 30s by the afternoon.
Increasing winds gusting to 30 mph at times has been making it feel 10-15 degrees colder than actual temperatures.
Cold and brisk weather will persist on Saturday with the potential for some flurries to fly through the air. The high will fail to climb out of the upper 30s. Once again, brisk winds will make it feel more like the 20s.
Sunday will remain chilly, but the high will climb a few degrees into the lower 40s. Winds will relax a bit and turn out of the southwest.
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Holden Beach, NC (1994)
76 mph wind gust in a thunderstorm.
Lancaster, PA (2000)
5.67" of rain in 4 hours.
"A general fast on ye account of ye drought." Very dry spring; villages caught on fire.