After a storm unleashed snow and ice on the city this week, low temperatures will provide no relief from winter's fury in Detroit.
Temperatures through the weekend will range from the low 20s into the teens with overnight lows in the single digits.
Anyone outdoors during the late-evening hours should wear the proper layers as overnight temperatures could induce cold-related illnesses, such as frostbite and hypothermia.
A nearby storm could bring some afternoon snow to Detroit on Saturday but the event will be nothing of consequence. Some more flurries are possible again on Sunday.
Heading into next week, the air will be frigid for the beginning of the week with temperatures around 20 F. Although Monday will feature a little bit of sunshine which could help melt some of the city's snow.
By midweek temperatures will rise to the 30s and provide a little bit of relief from the frigid cold.
Comments that don't add to the conversation may be automatically or manually removed by Facebook or AccuWeather. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.
A slow-moving storm will cause travel disruption for days from Italy into the Balkan Peninsula.
Luego del caótico intento de evacuación por la amenaza del huracán Irma, el gobernador de la Florida anunció una serie de estrategias que buscan agilizar el proceso y maximizar el almacenaje de suministros frente a emergencias futuras.
After leaving destruction from Samoa to Tonga, Gita brought more damage as it hit New Zealand on Tuesday.
Stargazers have a new object to look for as a disco ball-shaped satellite shimmers in the night sky.
An upcoming change for early March will bring a return of colder weather, but will it yield bigger storms for the northeastern United States?
America’s fleet of weather satellites will grow this March as NASA and NOAA launch GOES-S, the newest satellite that will help meteorologists to improve forecast accuracy.
Fears of gusty winds around PyeongChang, South Korea, on Friday prompted officials to adjust schedules once again.
A recent study shows that virtually all United States-based winter recreation locations could experience shorter ski seasons by 2050.