DETROIT -

A weak cold front approaches and travels over Detroit and Southeast Michigan Sunday. The morning will be cloudy with rain arriving by 8 a.m. Temps will be near 60.

Fortunately the rain will be light to moderate and scattered. Therefore events like the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk To A Cure will not be totally washed out. Local4 Caster Brandon Roux and other participants will have their rain gear to remain dry.

Detroit Lions tailgaters will need to stay dry before the 1pm kickoff. The Chicago Bears are taking on the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. After the game, streets will be drying out for the right home. It will be mostly cloudy and cool with highs in the upper 60s.

Sunday evening will be mostly cloudy and dry with temps in the low 60s.

Skies clear slowly and become partly cloudy Sunday night with lows near 50 degrees by Monday morning.

Monday will be sunnier but remain cool. Highs will be more fall-like, in the middle and upper 60s under blue skies. Outdoor recess will be on the agenda for students.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be mostly sunny and milder. Highs will be in the low and middle 70s.

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