Metro Detroit weather: Milder afternoon with some rain
DETROIT – There will be no additional snow today, but there is a chance of rain. Temps rise very far above freezing later today despite cloudier skies and the chance of rain. Skies become overcast although scattered light rain is possible through lunchtime. Watch Sunday afternoon’s weather updateKeep in mind, ice on ponds and lakes and rivers and streams continue to get thinner. Highs will be in the low 50s despite cloudy skies and the remaining possibility of scattered rain showers.
Metro Detroit weather: Chilly Sunday morning, milder afternoon with some rain
It will be chilly this morning with temps near or below freezing. Temps rise very far above freezing later today despite cloudier skies and the chance of rain. Highs will be in the low 50s despite cloudy skies and the remaining possibility of scattered rain showers. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, partly sunny and chilly. Afternoon temps near 50 degrees each day.
Metro Detroit weather: Warm Wednesday evening ahead of a few showers tonight
It still feels like summer as we sit down to dinner in Detroit and Southeast Michigan. A cold front will be weak enough to bring us scattered light showers tonight, but strong enough to make it feel like fall tomorrow. Wednesday evening will be warm under a hazy sunset. There will be abundant sunshine, but jackets will be needed, especially in the morning, to stay warm and comfortable. · Track the live Michigan Weather Radar here· Track severe weather alerts here· Submit storm photos here· Find more weather forecast articles at Weather Center