DETROIT – Metro Detroit's flirtation with near-record highs is behind us. Temperatures will be much closer to normal for the next 10 days.
Thursday night, other than a brief light evening sprinkle, we'll remain dry with light winds. Overnight lows will drop to the upper 30s in our North Zone to low 40s in our South Zone.
After some early clouds, look for mostly sunny skies during the majority of our Friday, but temperatures won't be any warmer. Highs will stop in the mid-50s.
The weekend looks pretty good for early November standards. Mostly sunny skies are on tap for Saturday and Sunday. Highs both days will reach the 60s, with Sunday being the slightly warmer of the two.
The rest of the forecast looks very similar, and very bright. Check out the details in our 10-day forecast.
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