We start this Thursday with cool or chilly conditions. I say that, because winds, although not real strong, are blowing enough to keep wind chills in the 20s as you head out first thing this morning.
Warmer winds will bring a surge in temps taking us close to normal in the mid to upper 50s, near 60° later on today. Partly to mostly cloudy skies may keep us from hitting that 60° Thursday but it will be a dry day.
Rain showers will try to sneak in here tonight after sunset into the late evening hours. It’s not much to worry about.
Rain showers will move quickly through SE Michigan Friday morning. So, tomorrow morning’s commute will be a bit wet. And computer model data shows a few more lingering showers midday along the east side closer to the big lakes. So, expect on and off rain showers Friday but only through the first half of the day.
Highs Friday will range from mid 50s to near 60 degrees again once the clouds thin out a bit in the afternoon.
Easter weekend will be dry with temps in the low to mid 50s Saturday and hopefully warming into the low 60s on Easter Sunday.
Rain showers will approach the area again on Sunday night but may hold off until Monday. We will keep you updated all week for any changes with the big holiday weekend ahead.