Last year's wimpy winter will not be a repeat for Michigan, if this week is any indication.
Following Christmas Eve's traffic-clogging snowfall—which ranged from a dusting to several inches in Metro Detroit—residents of Farmington, Farmington Hills and surrounding areas can expect significant snow on Wednesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the area, and is predicting up to seven inches of snowfall on Wednesday.
Flurries could begin overnight, turning into a steady snowfall by the afternoon. The chance of snow, according to NWS, is 100 percent.
Temperatures will drop into the high 20s by 10 a.m., and winds will pick up throughout the day, gusting as high as 26 miles per hour. Two to four inches of snow is expected in the afternoon, followed by another 1-3 in the evening.
The Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Wayne, Washtenaw, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, St. Clair and Lenawee counties.
A snow emergency had not been issued for Farmington or Farmington Hills as of Tuesday night. Watch Farmington-Farmington Hills Patch on Wednesday for more information.