Metro Detroit’s next chance for rain comes Sunday: Here’s the full forecast
4 weather warning – After some sunshine and a little cloud cover through the weekend, we’ll keep dry weather in the forecast as we look to the start of the weekend.
We’ll start the day with some dense, patchy fog around the area, so if you experience some, give yourself a few extra minutes to get to your destination and be sure to use your low beams.
Saturday looks to be nice with plenty of sunshine, but we’ll be adding more cloud cover to the forecast as we go through the afternoon and into the evening hours before the next weather maker moves into the area. High temperatures head into the lower 70s Saturday afternoon.
Skies will become partly cloudy tonight and early Sunday morning, with showers expected by mid-morning Sunday. This is the next cold that will move through the area by late Sunday night.
Expect scattered showers throughout the day, and cooler high temperatures, only into the upper 60s by Sunday afternoon. If you’re heading to the Lions’ game on Sunday for the home opener, take an umbrella in case you avoid some spotty rain showers.
The rain showers taper off as we head into early next week on Monday, but with some cold air and upper level disturbances continuing as well, we will keep the chance of some rain showers in the forecast for Monday. It won’t be a complete wipeout as we expect it to be accompanied by a little sunshine. High temperatures remain below average, with the upper 60s Monday afternoon.
Dry weather will continue for most of the week as high pressure will dominate the forecast. But that will lead to a warming trend as well. High temperatures will rise to the lower 70s on Tuesday, will exceed average in the mid-upper 70s by Wednesday, and approach 80 degrees by the time we get to Thursday. After that, we hold the drier weather until the end of the week on Friday with temperatures rising to around 80 degrees as well.
Nationally, we’re watching Hurricane Lee heading towards parts of Canada and Newfoundland, and then also newly formed Tropical Depression 15 in parts of the mid-Atlantic. The current forecast calls for the storm to move toward the northwest before turning north by the middle of next week while continuing to become a major hurricane (Category 3) by the time we reach Monday afternoon/evening, but as of now, And stay away from the East Coast of the United States.
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