Although temperatures will be above freezing Sunday night and into Monday, overnight rain may cause some roads to be slippery by morning.
According to a "hazardous weather statement" issued by the National Weather Service, "while air temperature will be above freezing ... ground temperature could still be cold enough for the rain to produce slick conditions on secondary roads or rural unpaved roads that still have snow cover."
The rain could turn to snow on Monday afternoon.
In addition, a wind advisory has been issued for the Rochester and Rochester Hills areas for Monday; winds gusts will reach up to 40 to 50 mph, and the strongest winds will arrive during the afternoon and early evening period.
Temperatures will be mild for the next several days, according to the forecast:
- Monday: High of 39 degrees; low of 26 degrees
- Tuesday: High of 34 degrees; low of 25 degrees
- Wednesday: High of 38 degrees; low of 27 degrees