Metro Detroit weather: Saturday declared Ozone Action Day with Excessive Heat Warning

Temps headed for 90s


DETROIT – Saturday is an Ozone Action Day/Air Quality Alert for Metro Detroit and the suburbs for heat, humidity, and pollution forming during the day, similar to Friday. 

Saturday brings an Excessive Heat Warning to Metro Detroit which means we expect both temps and humidity to keep climbing as highs will hit the upper 90s and the heat index could hit 105 degrees or warmer.

This puts a lot of stress on the body so make sure you take it easy, stay as cool as possible, and don’t forget your pets! We will all need lots of water to keep us safe and check on those neighbors if you can.

Sunday forecast

Sunday still looks very warm and we may see our heat warning continue with highs in the low to mid 90s and still very humid. Rain chances would cool us off, but we will  hold off those rain and thunder chances until Monday morning. It will be warm for the week of the 4th of July  with a few spotty shower chances midweek, but nothing too serious -- we’ll keep you posted.  

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