DETROIT – There are clear skies to start Tuesday, which helps morning temps fall quickly before sunrise, and then high and mid level clouds increasing late morning into the afternoon.
So partly cloudy to partly sunny or milky skies and highs in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees and light winds NE/SE 5-10 mph.
Our North Zone may start with a Frost Advisory Wednesday morning, but the rest of us should see lows only dip to around 40 degrees. A nice day tomorrow with clearing skies and highs heading into the low or even mid 60s. Winds SE 5-10 mph aren’t exactly the warming kind, so we don’t get any help there. Skies increase into the evening and overnight.
Rain chances are light, but we will see some quick passing showers Thursday morning. This may be just enough to slow down the commute, but it will exit the area leaving us dry all afternoon. Highs in the upper 50s to low 60s depending on how quickly the sun can bust through the post rain clouds. It will be a mostly dry week making it hard for heavier showers to develop.
Friday looks dry and warming into the mid and upper 60s with rain chances late Saturday and/or early Sunday. We’ll keep you posted daily about any changes to the Mother’s Day Weekend forecast, but you can always stay ahead of Spring showers and storms with our Local4Casters app.