Snow will move back into the Detroit area before the beginning of this week.
Sunshine is forecast to fade behind increasing cloudiness Sunday.
Snow will close out the weekend Sunday night and fall into Monday afternoon. While a heavy amount of snow is not forecast, drivers should allow extra time for the morning commute Monday as roadways may be slippery.
The coldest air of the season so far will move in during the middle of the week and will produce some frigid nights.
Another storm system may brush the area with snow by next weekend.
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