Metro Detroit weather: More rain showers with temps in the 40s
lood Warning along the Clinton River
DETROIT – The Flood Watch has expired, but the Flood Warning along the Clinton River in Macomb County will continue until further notice.
A heavy batch of rain missed Metro Detroit to our south this morning as lighter rain showers will be more likely here during the morning and early afternoon. Keep the umbrella handy for those lighter showers, but most of the rain damage has been done. Morning temps in the upper 30s will get into the upper 40s this afternoon under cloudy skies and showers waning after 2 p.m. Cooler breezes N 5-12 mph and stubborn clouds all day into the evening.
The clouds may take a while to clear Saturday, but we will see some sunshine by mid to late morning and into the afternoon. It’s a cool start in the mid 30s and then highs getting into the low 50s tomorrow with partly sunny skies and that cool breeze NNW 5-12 mph.
Sunday looks very nice with a cool start in the 30s warming to near 60 degrees in the afternoon. Sunshine to partly sunny skies through Sunday afternoon and the clouds will determine whether we hang in the upper 50s or soar into the low 60s.
There is a chance for showers again Monday afternoon with the trend of 50s holding steady all of next week. You can expect chances for rain every other day or so with showers coming and going next week. Right now, our models show a dry Friday for the Tiger’s Opening Day with temps around 50 degrees. We’ll keep you posted as we get closer. You can always stay ahead of the Spring showers with our Local4Casters app.
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