DETROIT – Hotter, more humid Labor Day Weekend. Some rain possible.
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Saturday and Labor Day Weekend
The unofficial end of summer, Labor Day Weekend, will see a big return of summer-like weather with higher heat and humidity with a few showers and storms thrown in.
Saturday will be much warmer and more humid. Highs in the mid 80s. Heat indices will be near 90 degrees, so people going to the Detroit Jazz Festival downtown, the Renaissance Festival in Holly or Arts, Beats and Eats in Royal Oak must drink plenty of water, wear light and loose-fitting clothes and stay in or near air conditioned buildings.
There is a chance of scattered showers and storms Saturday afternoon, between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. ET. Be prepared for a brief period of downpours, lightning and gusty wind.
Sunday and Labor Day, Monday, will be hot and humid with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be near 90 degrees each day with heat indices in the mid 90s.
Michigan - Notre Dame Football Forecast
College football fans traveling to South Bend, Indiana, for the Michigan-Notre Dame game will encounter warm and humid conditions. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. ET. Tailgating weather will be partly sunny and warm with temps in the low 80s. Just before kickoff and during the game, it remains warm with temps in the low 80s, then low 70s, and scattered showers and storms are possible.
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