DETROIT -

Skies are trying to clear as we head through afternoon leading to partly sunny skies and warmer conditions.

It will be a bit muggy and a stationary front is draped over SE Michigan keeping a few clouds around. With a quick warm up and that frontal boundary, we cannot rule out a few pop up showers and/or storms in the late afternoon. High temps will hit 80 degrees with light winds SW 5-10 mph.

More stable weather moves in for Thursday and it’s going to stick around. But, only partly sunny skies tomorrow afternoon with nothing more than a couple of sprinkles possible.

Looking pretty nice for the Tigers game at 1:08 p.m. Thursday. Clouds will increase and cool breezes NW 10-15 mph will keep highs around 70 degrees.

Friday will be partly sunny as well with highs again in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees. But, new model data suggests that a few showers may pass over Friday afternoon from a storm maker off to the east.

It is rare to get weather moving east to west but possible when storms run into blocking patterns over Eastern Canada or the Atlantic Ocean.

The weekend looks dry and warming with tons of sunshine. Right now, Memorial Day looks nice around Pure Michigan! Models have been split on rain chances so for now, we are keeping Monday dry.  

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