Metro Detroit weather forecast: Rainfall deficit gets worse across SE Michigan
DETROIT – Our rainfall deficit is getting worse across southeast Michigan, but the weekend opportunities to get wet are looking better. The good news is areas that are in a moderate drought didn’t get any worse. We’re fairly confident that the higher rainfall totals will be in the South Zone and up the east side. Here’s some bonus good news: some models are suggesting we may keep rain chances around into Tuesday as well! Believe it or not, we could actually have more than one day next week with highs below 80!
Metro Detroit weather forecast: 90 degree days stack up through next week
DETROIT Ninety degree days will stack up through next week, bringing us our longest streak in more than 30 years. Humidity will rise to muggy levels Friday, but dry out over Saturday and Sunday. That will put heat index readings in the upper 90s next week, possibly touching 100 at times. The Detroit record for 90 degree days in a row is 11, set in 1953. Parts of Wayne, Monroe and Lenawee county have been in that classification since last week.