DETROIT – Even with scattered thunderstorms in spots this weekend, more rain would be a good thing. We're going to finish May more than one inch below normal. But our next chance of rain is about 24 hours away.
Tonight, dry conditions continue. We'll have partly cloudy skies with lows in the mid-to-upper 50s. Humidity will stay low, too.
Wednesday will begin with at least some sunshine. By 5 p.m. we’ll start seeing thunderstorms in our western counties. Those will spread east through the evening and should be wrapped up before midnight. Right now, it looks like any severe weather should stay west of us, but we'll keep monitoring that potential.
Highs on Wednesday will top 80 degrees before the thunderstorms arrive. That's still above average for early June. Thursday we'll touch that mark, but that will be the last of the 80s we'll see for a full week!
From Friday through the middle of next week, highs will be generally in the mid 70s, close to average for this time of year. Morning lows will be primarily in the 50s.