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"NewsRadio nine fifty and that AccuWeather forecast. Live once again from AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore. Hi, jackie. So let's think of it this way the next twenty four hours from this point on or the worst of this is temperatures probably steady here between about five and ten below thermometer wise, real feel temperatures staying about thirty to forty below. Tonight's low will dip down to about minus fifteen or so, and then as we go through the day tomorrow, I think we get just barely above zero to plus two real feel temperatures tomorrow ten twenty maybe thirty below forty below in the morning, and then ten twenty below in the afternoon, then things are going to relax a little bit more by Friday were in the teens or maybe a little bit of light snow to deal with Thursday night into Friday. Tomorrow night into Friday and then Saturday up in the thirties by Sunday. We're in the forties, and our next major system could be wintry. Mix over to rain Sunday night into Monday. But look it is really awful the out there right now. The one of the good news situations with all of this is the heavy snow showers are staying out to our west some lighter ones up to the north of the city Graham blank, Flint those areas. Parts of Oakland County, be careful we've had accidents not only with the rough road, but the some of those snow showers in those areas. So we'll keep an eye on that. As we go through the rest of the day. Dave Samuel be here for the afternoon to keep us up to date. And we'll keep you up today. Tomorrow to I'm AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. All right. Thank you dean. And we check traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth around the clock. Next update coming up at eleven eighteen dusting off. No before you, go, traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the with w w J's own twenty four hour traffic center. Newsradio nine fifty w. WJ? WBZ news time is now eleven eleven many of those left out in the cold today. Our homeless veterans and people suffering."