DETROIT – While many of us are sitting under a layer of grey at the midday hour, some sunshine has developed from parts of the Thumb down into Macomb County!
Regardless of your current cloud situation, the afternoon remains dry for all of us, with highs in the mid 40s (7 to 8 degrees Celsius).
Wednesday night features more breaking up of the cloud cover, especially between midnight and dawn, with lows in the mid to upper 30s -- well above freezing.
Rain moves in Thursday with a warm front which should bring our high temps near or even a little above 50 degrees (10 to 11 degrees Celsius). Model data suggests that the heaviest rain will fall across Western Michigan, with lighter rains here starting late morning or early afternoon and continuing through the afternoon and evening -- be prepared for a wet and slower afternoon rush hour.
A few showers linger early Friday, and then temps start to tumble Friday afternoon.
You can get your 7-Day Forecast and track our next storm chances with our Local4Casters app.