Storms will move out Wednesday, high temps will hit 80

Some soaking and flooding concerns

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer

DETROIT - Morning rain and thunder is rumbling through SE Michigan this Wednesday morning with some soaking and flooding concerns.

The Storm Prediction Center has most of Metro Detroit in a slight risk category for a few stronger or possibly severe storms.

Keep your eye to the sky as we head through the morning and we'll let you know about any storm warnings.

Skies will gradually clear in the afternoon leading to mostly sunny and warm conditions later today.

It will be a bit muggy and with a cool front approaching, there's a chance for a few storms to pop up. High temps will hit 80° 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 and cool breezes begin NW 10-20 mph with highs around 70°.

Friday will be very similar with more sunshine and highs in the upper 60s to near 70° as the cool breezes stick around.

The weekend looks dry and warming and Memorial Day will be glorious around Pure Michigan!

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