DETROIT – The 4 Live Radar is tracking thunderstorms with heavy rain, mainly in Sanilac County. No warnings are currently in effect, but severe storms are still possible in the evening.
The flood advisory for west central Macomb County was canceled early.
The most likely time for storms will be between Thursday afternoon and about midnight. After that, we should be mainly dry until closer to sunrise on Friday. Lows will drop to the mid- and upper 60s.
Friday will start with a few storms. Depending on the speed of the cold front, we might see some midday storms as well, but those will be on the far eastside if they show up at all. Highs will be in a wide range from the upper 60s to the upper 70. Check our 4ZONE Forecast page to find where your neighborhood will end up.
The weekend looks fairly comfortable and mostly dry. Saturday will be the best day of the stretch with mostly sunny skies, low humidity and highs in the mid- to upper 70s. We'll add some clouds to the mix for Sunday and late rain chances, but most of the day will be dry. Highs again will reach the mid- and upper 70s Sunday.
Monday will bring a likely chance of rain, with similar temperatures. In fact, there's not much of a warmup beyond that in our 10-day forecast.