DETROIT – Our first round of rain and storms stayed mostly north of Detroit, but more rain moves in Wednesday night.
Our next big push of rain arrives after midnight. We may get some rumbles out of that, but it will primarily be widespread rain. Overnight lows will be in the low 50s. Rainfall totals will be highest in our North Zone. Those numbers are in our 4ZONE Forecast Wednesday night.
Thursday will be mainly dry. The last of the overnight rain will exit by 8 a.m. Beyond that, look for some midday sun before a wave of lighter and short-lived rain quickly runs through during the evening. Expect cooler highs Thursday in the upper 50s.
There is plenty of sunshine in the 10-day forecast. In fact, we’re looking at a completely dry forecast beyond Thursday, except for scattered showers on Election Day Tuesday. Right now, it looks to show up in the afternoon, but we’ll keep an eye on it as we head into next week.
Temperatures will be very close to average for the next 10 days.
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