Travel could be tricky for those heading southeast

No major storms of note across the Upper Great Lakes or Northern Michigan in the forecast this week which bodes well for those with travels.

However, a significant winter storm is expected to slam far Southeast Michigan including metropolitan Detroit along with Southern Indiana, much of Ohio, and New York State/Pennsylvania Wednesday afternoon through Thursday for those with travels in that direction.

While Northern Michigan was in the firing path of a big storm last week, the track of winter storms has shifted south into the Ohio/Tennessee River Valleys.

Snow will reach Southeast Michigan by mid-afternoon Wednesday clipping Detroit and perhaps Port Huron, with indications that Detroit may see upwards of a half foot of snow with Cleveland, Erie, and Buffalo looking at upwards of a foot or more.

So, those with travels in that direction Wednesday/Thursday should be aware of rough weather. Closer to home, a few snow showers Monday/Monday night could drop an inch or two of accumulation at most.

Temperatures this week remaining in the 20's for highs and teens for lows.