DETROIT - Monday morning will have low visibility for drivers and pedestrians. Fog and mist will make some roads slick with temps in the 40s. Commuters will need to add some extra time and alertness to their trip to work or school. After the fog clears, clouds may remain. However, a warm southwesterly flow will push afternoon highs near 60 degrees. The record high is 68 from 1982.
A cold front ruins the calm, warm party Monday night with rain showers, a few thunderstorms and windy conditions. Winds will howl between 20 and 30 mph with higher gusts. Downpours may create large puddle on highways and streets. Overnight temps will be in the 50s.
Lingering showers and storms will be present Tuesday morning. Temperatures will fall from the 50s in the morning to the 40s and 30s during the afternoon with winds blowing up to 20 mph.
Wednesday and the rest of the week will be brighter but chillier with daytime temps near 40 and nighttime lows freezing or below.
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