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Wind Chills Approaching Zero Degrees Expected This Week In Metro Detroit

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DETROIT (WWJ) - Better bundle up, because this week is going to be a cold one.

After a chilly day on Sunday with temps in the mid-40s, showers will arrive in the evening and stick around all day Monday for a total expected rainfall around a half-inch. Although Monday will be rainy, temperatures will be mild around 50 degrees.

Then, forecasters say the wet weather will give way to a cold blast that will stretch from Tuesday to Thursday, with wind chills approaching zero degrees at times.

Temperatures will warm up a little toward the end of the week, but only barely above the freezing mark.

Here's a look at the forecast from the WWJ Weather Team:

Sunday -- Increasing clouds with showers moving in late. High near 46. Low around 43.

Monday -- Rainy and windy with gusts as high as 20 mph. High near 52. Low 31.

Tuesday --A chance of rain before 9 a.m., then a chance of snow; mostly cloudy. High near 36. Low around 18.

Wednesday -- A chance of snow showers; partly sunny. High near 22. Low around 12.

Thursday -- Partly sunny. High near 28. Low around 23.

Friday -- Partly sunny. High near 37. Low around 30.

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