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Posted on Sun, Feb 12, 2012 : 4:28 p.m.

More snow but milder nighttime temps in store for Ann Arbor area

By Sven Gustafson

It's been an unusual winter so far in Southeast Michigan, but the next few days should bring more of the same wintry weather conditions.

Daytime highs for the week of Feb. 12 are forecast to climb slightly but remain in the 30s, although overnight lows should eventually nudge higher than the frosty marks set over the weekend. The next chances for snow come Monday evening and Tuesday.

Monday may feel like a repeat of Sunday’s weather, with sunshine in the morning and highs in the low- to mid-30s. There’s a chance of light snow in the evening hours, with snow more likely and accumulation of up to an inch after midnight.

Clouds roll in Tuesday, with a 70 percent chance of snow and accumulations up to half an inch. Highs again should reach the low- to mid-30s, with a low around 25 degrees.

The forecast for Wednesday calls for partly sunny skies and a high in the mid- to high-30s. Rain and snow showers are possible Thursday.

The temperature hovered just below 32 degrees Sunday in Ann Arbor but felt more like 20 with the wind chill. It will be chilly overnight, with a low of 13 feeling closer to 1 below with the wind chill.

Ann Arbor bottomed out at 16 degrees in the early hours Sunday, while the mercury dipped as low as 19 at Ypsilanti-Willow Run Airport.

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