Metro Detroit weather forecast: Chance of rain Saturday night

Sunday afternoon breezy, falling temps

By Andrew Humphrey, CBM - Meteorologist And Station Scientist

DETROIT - Many rivers, streams, creeks and tributaries remain at or above flood stage and will not recede until later Saturday or Sunday.

Remember to remain or move to higher ground. Also, drivers coming across any high standing water must remember "to turn around, don’t drown."

Always find an alternate route to keep dry and safe. Here is the latest on Southeast Michigan alerts for flooding:

A Flood Warning continues for the Huron River at Hamburg. According to the National Weather Service, the river is will crest then fall below flood stage Sunday.

A Flood Warning continues for Kearsley Creek near Davison. According to the National Weather Service, the river is at crest and will fall below flood stage Sunday.

A Flood Warning continues for the River Raisin at Monroe. According to the National Weather Service, the river is at crest and will fall below flood stage Sunday afternoon.

Warmer and wetter air arrives Saturday night and early Sunday morning. It means more rain, but Sunday will not be a wash-out during the day.

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Saturday evening will be chilly and cloudy with temps in the middle and upper 30s. With milder air arriving, temps rise to 40°F by midnight and through the mid and upper 40s overnight. Showers make an appearance, too. Scattered light showers by midnight and shortly afterward. A possibility of heavier showers and a few thunderstorms in the wee hours of Sunday morning and at dawn. It will be breezy with a northeasterly wind at 9 to 19 mph.

Sunday begins with wet and mild conditions. Families need to be careful on wet roads and sidewalks going to and from services. Temps will be in the 50s at breakfast-time.

By Sunday afternoon, skies become sunny and chillier air moves in. It remains breezy with a westerly wind 16 to 24 mph. Temps go from the 50s to the 40s. Jackets and windbreakers needed.

Monday and Tuesday wll be sunny and milder. Highs will be in the low 50s both days. Wednesday wll be partly sunny and mild with highs n the low to mid 50s.

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Local 4Casters weather app:

Remember to download the FREE Local4Casters weather app. Just go to your app store and search for "WDIV." Our local radar pops up as soon as you open the app. It is the perfect resource for traveling because you have the power to monitor 4 Live Radar anywhere in the nation.

Also, download our FREE Storm Pins app so you can take and share weather photos and videos. Just pin Storm Pins to a map so the Local4Casters can share them and give you a TV shoutout. Feel free to share pictures and clips with other Storm Pins users, too.

The FREE Local4Casters Weather and Storm Pins apps are the perfect way to make weather more social.

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