Slowly drying out, still cool Sunday

Highs near 60


DETROIT – Sunday slowly becomes drier with higher temps, but it will still feel like late autumn instead of early autumn. More spring-like temperatures arrive this week.

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Sunday morning will be misty and drizzly with temps in the chilly 40s. Winds stay on the breezy side. People going to early morning activities and services will need to drive safely on wet roads and in areas with poor visibility. Dressing warmly is a must to stay comfortable.

Sunday afternoon will be mostly cloudy and a bit drier. Temps will approach 60 degrees, and Motown will make it above 60 if enough sunshine peeks through the clouds.

Sunday evening will become partly cloudy and chillier with temps in the low 50s by midnight.

Sunday night will be fair with lighter winds. Lows will be in the low and middle 40s by Monday morning.

Hurricane Joaquin will remain a dangerous storm and approach the western side of Bermuda by the end of Sunday and the start of Monday. It will never hit the U.S. directly, but Bermuda and ships must remain alert.

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will become sunnier and milder in the Motor City region. Monday will be mostly cloudy to partly sunny with highs in the mid and upper 60s. Afternoon temps approach 70 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday with mostly sunny skies.


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