UPDATE: Severe Weather Alert canceled for SE Michigan
Monday night remains rainy with chance of storms
DETROIT – A Tornado Watch for all of SE Michigan has been canceled.
All Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have been canceled or are expired at this time.
A chance for storms remains Monday night.
Tomorrow will be cooler behind today's cold front as highs will likely only hit the low 60s with gusty winds WSW 15-25 gusting close to 40 mph at times.
Skies Tuesday will be mostly cloudy again, but it will be a dry day. We will get more sunshine Wednesday and Thursday as temps stay in the low and mid 60s for a few days midweek.
After Monday's storms, our next chance for wet weather comes Friday. It is a long way away but scattered showers will likely be in the area to end the work and school week. Highs by Friday will be closer to 70 degrees with rain and thunder possible. The weekend looks dry with temps in the low 70s.
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