Warm front passes Saturday night, still damp

Nasty thunderstorms possible Sunday

DETROIT – Showers and thunderstorms return this weekend for Detroit and Southeast Michigan, and it does get warmer. Then, it becomes chillier when Detroiters head to the polls Election Day, Tuesday.


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Clusters of thunderstorms leave the region by the end of Saturday evening. Scattered light rain and mist remain, so residents must remain cautious while driving on wet roads.

Remember to "Fall Back" 1 hour Saturday night before going to bed. Daylight Saving Time ends, and it's, also, the perfect time to change batteries in all detectors and devices.

Overnight temps will remain around 50 degrees and even rise to the low 50s by dawn, Sunday. Scattered light rain is possible for families going to morning services. Sunrise is at 7:12 a.m. ET. Nastier weather is slated for later.

Sunday afternoon has stormy weather ahead of a cold front. There's a "Marginal" to "Slight Risk" of strong to severe storms Sunday afternoon and evening; between 3 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET. Highs in the 60s.

Sunset is at 5:22 p.m. ET.

Monday will have falling temps through the 50s and 40s; breezy.

Remember to vote on Tuesday! Mother Nature helps all of us will sunnier skies and temps in the 40s for highs

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