Rain and snow overnight could mean slick morning commute
Rain turning into snow overnight could make for a slippery Tuesday morning drive, meteorologists said.
The Associated Press
“There’s a chance for a slick commute,” said Dave Gurney, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's White Lake office.
The snow won't leave a lasting impact, however. Gurney said there will be less than an inch of accumulation when the snow heads north midday Tuesday.
Rain is forecasted Monday night.
“We have light rain moving in changing into light snow in the morning,” Gurney said.
The low Tuesday morning will be around 31. The rain likely will turn into snow after 7 a.m. with temperatures dropping throughout the day to around 24 by 5 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Scattered snow showers could stick around Tuesday night when it will be cloudy with a low around 13.