DETROIT – It's a warm and muggy start to your Monday with a few isolated rain and thundershowers fading leaving just an uncomfortable feel.
Temps are in the 70s early and highs will get back to near 90 degrees this afternoon, feeling like the mid 90s with the humidity lingering. Showers are likely late morning through lunch with a cool front approaching.
The scattered rain and thunder won’t last long and won’t do much to cast away our humidity. Most of us will feel a heat index in the low to mid 90s later today. Be careful, stay hydrated, and don’t overdo it!
It’s another warm and muggy day tomorrow with lows in the upper 60s and highs getting back near 90 degrees. Again, the humidity will keep us feeling a lot warmer all day with a decent amount of sunshine. We can never rule out an isolated gusher with the heat of the afternoon, so keep your eyes to the skies -- especially Wednesday.
Wednesday, 4th of July forecast
The 4th of July will be a hot one in the low 90s and still very muggy. A slowly approaching cool front will spark a few rain and thundershowers in the afternoon and evening, lingering into early Thursday.
With all of the gatherings, BBQs, and plans in place, we just want everyone to keep a watchful eye to the skies or to your Local4Casters App Radar as storms will be firing late in the day. It will be stormy for the first half of Thursday before much more pleasant air moves in for Friday and your weekend ahead.