Metro Detroit weather forecast: Warming up Sunday afternoon

Highs in the mid, upper 60s

DETROIT – Happy Sunday, Motown!

It's springtime in October! As runners run, temperatures rise with plenty of sunshine. Another relatively mild night is on tap. Showers return, Monday.

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Temperatures will be closer to 60°F as runners continue then complete the race and while football fans gather for tailgating outside Ford Field. The Detroit Lions host the Minnesota Vikings with a 1 p.m. ET kickoff.


Sunday afternoon will be mostly sunny and warmer. Highs will be in the middle and upper 60s with enough sunshine.  It feels more like spring time with T-shirt weather for families going to and from services or fall activities like enjoying the fall colors, navigating corn mazes or picking apples or pumpkins.


Sunday evening will be fair and cool. Temperatures will be near 60°F.

Sunset is at 6:44 p.m. ET.

Sunday night will be partly cloudy and mild. Heaters will not have to be cranked up as high with overnight lows near 50°F.

Monday will go from mostly sunny to mostly cloudy during the day with showers arriving in the afternoon. Despite this,  it becomes warmer again with daytime temperatures in the middle and upper 60s.

Rain showers continue Monday night and Tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon will be partly sunny and drier. After a cold front passes, it will become noticeably cooler with temperatures only in the 50s.

Wednesday and Thursday will have abundant sunshine, and it will feel like fall. Highs will be in the low and middle 50s.

Rain is possible, again, on Friday with highs near 60°F.

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