DETROIT – Tuesday's sweltering 90s are gone for good, and we're heading for a stretch of near-normal temperatures.
On Wednesday night, we'll be mostly clear and a whole lot cooler. Most spots are headed to the 40s. We'll drop right to 50 degrees in our Metro Zone.
Thursday will be mostly sunny, but highs will only reach the mid- to upper 60s.
Thursday night and Friday will be our next chance of rain, but it won't be much. Beyond that, we’re in for a dry stretch that will last through next week.
What a weekend ahead, though. Sunshine from start to finish will team up with near normal temperatures. Highs will be close to 70 degrees, and humidity will remain low.
Temperatures will start ramping up next week. We’ll be about 10 degrees above normal for the first week in October, but still a far cry from the record-breaking 90s we sweated through this week. Check out the numbers in our 10-day forecast.