DETROIT – Here is the Metro Detroit weather forecast update for June 7, 2021 afternoon and evening.
Rain and storm chances rest of Monday
- There are a few scattered showers and storms out there. Most of it is just isolated downpours, but could be a few rumbles of thunder.
- This activity should wrap up around sunset.
Similar pattern all week
- We’re not done with this pattern though -- it’s around pretty much all week long.
- On top of the rain chances this week, dew points have risen as well.
- It’s going to feel muggy all week long. It’ll feel like the middle to upper 80s each day.
Change in the pattern
- It looks like we finally break this pattern of afternoon showers/storms/muggy-ness this weekend.
- A front comes through Saturday -- and while it doesn’t do much for our temperatures, it does drop dew points. This will lead to it feeling more comfortable Sunday and Monday.
Flint Beecher Tornado Anniversary Tuesday
- Tuesday is the anniversary of the deadliest tornado in Michigan’s history.
- 116 people died, over 800 more were injured.
Annular Solar Eclipse Thursday morning
- The sun rises at 5:55 a.m., the eclipse will already be happening. The maximum of the eclipse for us is at 5:58 a.m. About half of the sun will be eclipsed by the moon. The eclipse for us ends at 6:37 a.m.
- The earliest sunrise that we see is on June 14 (Monday)
- The sun will rise at 5:56 a.m. at Romulus. (5:54 a.m. at Detroit)