It’s the last of the cool starts this morning with plenty of suburbs dipping down into the 40s briefly, but mainly low and mid 50s as you head out on this Wednesday morning. Sunshine will be abundant until about 3pm bringing highs to near 80 degrees and breezy at times SSW 7-17 mph gusting stronger at times. Clouds increase this afternoon and evening. The only rain chances are up north this evening into the Thumb Region or our North Zone.
Shower and storm chances early Thursday morning before sunrise, and then scattered showers and storms through the midday and afternoon. These storms will produce some heavy rain and thunder and there is a Slight risk of Severe Weather here in SE Lower Michigan and Southern Ontario Thursday… especially near the Ohio border. It will not be an all-day storm affair tomorrow but temps warming into the low 80s, increasing humidity and warm breezes will aid these spotty strong storms.