DETROIT – For the second day in a row, 4 Live Radar is blossoming with late-day showers. We're not seeing as many as we did on Memorial Day, however, and we're also not expecting storms.
A few raindrops will be around in spots through early evening. Temperatures will fall into the mid-50s overnight.
Wednesday will start with plenty of sunshine, but clouds will arrive in the afternoon. Breezy conditions will return, too. Winds will be 15-20 mph. There's a small chance of a quick shower around midday, but most of us will stay dry. With the increased cloud cover and cold front slicing through early, temperatures will only reach the upper 60s for highs.
Thursday and much of Friday will remain dry and near normal for early June (Can you believe it? Already?). We’ll get plenty of sunshine and dry conditions Thursday, with highs in the low to mid-70s.
On Friday, clouds will increase ahead of a warm front. Temperatures increase too. We’ll see highs in the mid- to upper 70s. Scattered thunderstorms will be possible in the evening.
The weekend looks unsettled, but timing out rain windows is a bit of a fool’s errand right now. Nevertheless, be prepared to get wet at times, especially Sunday. Temperatures will be slightly cooler both days.