Patchy morning fog around Metro Detroit on this Wednesday and that will be the trend the next couple of mornings.
Temperatures are in the 40’s and low 50’s through 9 a.m. keeping the fog threat alive a bit past sunrise. This will turn into a beautiful day with plenty of September sun and highs in the low 70’s. Wind will be light NE 5-10 mph and high pressure will dominate our weather keeping us dry and warming through the weekend.
Again, more patchy fog is likely Thursday morning with lows flirting with 50 degrees or cooler in the suburbs.
Sunshine and 70’s tomorrow afternoon and Friday with a slow but steady rise in temps all week.
Really there’s no good threat for rain until Sunday afternoon. So hopefully Lions tailgating and the JDRF walk in Warren on Sunday will be dry.
A few rain showers will move in Sunday afternoon as highs cool only a few degrees yet staying in the low 70’s.
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