Cold front will plunge Ann Arbor into the deep freeze; snow to follow
Break out the down coats, boots and furry hats. A one-two punch of cold and snow is headed our way.
Melanie Maxwell | AnnArbor.com
After a high of about 27 today, temperatures will remain mostly steady overnight and then begin falling during the day Thursday. They’ll drop a low of around 6 degrees. Wind chill values could drop to 1 below zero.
About an inch of snow is likely Thursday but most of the snow will come Friday. About an inch is expected during the day with 2 to 4 more inches likely Friday night.
But take heart. Our little dip into the deep freeze won’t last long. “Friday and Saturday will still be cold, but only a few degrees colder than normal,” Dodson said. By Sunday, temperatures will be back in the mid-30s.
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