The possibility of snow in the Greater West Bloomfield area is in the forecast on Sunday night, while rain is expected to fall all weekend.
Friday's forecast calls for sun and a light wind, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The high temperature should climb up to 44 degrees in the day time before dropping just below freezing on Friday night.
According to the NWS, Saturday will offer an 80 percent chance of rain before 1 p.m., with a high near 44. The wind should stay between 6-13 m.p.h. and little to no rain is expected to accumulate. However, the rain and cold temperatures should continue into Saturday night, with a low around 39.
Sunday's forecast calls for a lesser chance of rain at 40 percent and a high temperature of 52. However, as the nighttime temperature drops as low as 38, a chance of snow showers is in the forecast after 1 a.m. Be sure to wear your rain boots if you're headed to the SAJE Seminars for Adult Jewish Enrichment, A Honey Pot of Pooh Stories presented by Wild Swan Theater or a two-church choir cantata on Sunday.
Looking ahead to Monday, there is a chance of snow showers and a high temperature of 41 degerees.