Metro Detroit weather: Hot, humid Sunday with some showers, storms

Highs in the upper 80s



The middle of Labor Day Weekend will feel even more like summer than the beginning of it.

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Sunday afternoon will be  partly sunny and hot. Highs will be in the upper 80s, and the humidity will make it feel like it’s in the lower and middle 90s. Also, keep children and pets away from any empty vehicles.


Stay hydrated and healthy as you go to the Detroit Jazz Festival, the Renaissance Festival or Ford Arts, Beats and Eats.

Sunday evening will be warm and muggy.  Temps will be in the lower 80s.

Air-conditioners need to remain on Sunday night. Overnight lows will be near 70°. Skies will be partly cloudy.

Welcome to Labor Day, Monday! Parades should not be hampered by a lot of wetness, but there is a chance of spotty afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Hot and humid again with afternoon temps near 90°F.

Remember to remain safe and all times for swimming and boating. If the water appears to be over your head or you don’t know how deep it is and you don’t know how to swim, do not get in the water. Also, life jackets for everybody.

When all kids go back to school on Tuesday and Wednesday, it still feels like summer. Highs will be in your 90°F under mostly sunny skies.

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