Metro Detroit Weather: 3-6 inches of snow expected – here's when it will start falling – FOX 2 Detroit

Rich Luterman has the forecast.
The snow is set for Wednesday, but today it's the chill. 
You'll feel some gusty winds thanks to a west breeze kicking our chill values down into the 20s for the morning. 
Our Wednesday snow will kick off over the course of the morning commute, starting between 5 and 9 a.m. 
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Any accumulation over that time will remain minimal.
It will be snowing more on than off the rest of the day before tapering off during the evening. General snow totals should range between 3-6 inches
As always with a prediction of the future there is some uncertainty and while 7 or 8 inches isn't likely, it remains within the realm of possibility for some of our eastern and southern areas. 
A couple weaker systems try to slip in on Friday night and Sunday bringing with them the potential for more snow. In the meantime, our temperatures turn colder. And then colder. 
It may not seem like a big deal but this Wednesday will be Metro Detroit’s biggest snowmaker of the season. Here’s when to expect the snow to start falling and how much Southeast Michigan will see.
A list of current weather-related school and business closings in and around Metro Detroit.
The best way to stay safe during a snow storm is to stay at home. But if that can’t be avoided, here’s how to navigate icy and snowy roads.
The coldest temperatures of the season are expected to strike this Christmas weekend, along with 60 mph winds and blizzard conditions. Here’s how to prepare for the severe weather.
FOX 2 will track the movement of the blizzard-like snowstorm as it plows into Metro Detroit.
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