First Forecast Weather March 31, 2021 (Tonight)

Wind chills drop into the teens overnight.

Video Transcript

KAREN CARTER: Thanks for logging on and watching your first forecast. I'm Karen Carter. Temperatures tonight are going to be very cold, dropping into the low 20s. However, it's going to feel Colder than that. Temperatures are going to feel like the low to mid-teens overnight.

And if you thought today's temperatures were chilly, it's going to be even Colder tomorrow. Now we are going to see partly cloudy skies throughout this evening and overnight. We are going to see a small chance of a little bit of snow pass through the area.

But I think most of that snow is going to stay to the North or to some of our northern counties and into the thumb area. And that's going to be the case for tomorrow as well. We will see mostly cloudy skies throughout the day tomorrow.

But there is a small chance of a little bit of light snow possible, especially through those northern counties and the thumb. We are going through all of that they'll clear out by tomorrow evening. We'll be left with clear skies through Thursday night, and sunny skies through our day on Friday.

If you are planning to head out and celebrate for the first pitch of the opening day game, it's at 1:10. And we will have mostly cloudy skies for the Tigers home opener. 35 degrees at 1:10. And then, North Northwest, wind 16 miles per hour, gusting to 23 miles per hour.

It is going to be breezy out there. And remember, it's going to be cold tomorrow too. 25 degrees will be our overnight low tonight. Partly cloudy skies. The North Northwest wind, 14 miles per hour, gusting to 23 miles per hour.

It is going to feel like the low to mid teens tonight. Tomorrow will reach a high of 38 degrees. However, it's still going to feel like the mid to upper 20s tomorrow.

Mostly cloudy skies, a small chance of snow, especially some of our northern counties in the North Northwest wind tomorrow. 15 to 17 miles per hour, gusting to 24 miles per hour. Thanks for logging on and watching your first forecast.