Metro Detroit weather: Tracking severe storms threats Sunday evening, night

Severe Storm Update

The storms should be out of southeast Michigan around 10 p.m., with nothing more than a stray shower possible after that.

DETROIT – Tonight’s storms left southeast Michigan around 10 p.m., with nothing more than a stray shower possible after that.

Temperatures overnight will once again be warm and uncomfortably muggy, with lows in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees (20 to 21 degrees Celsius). Southwest wind will shift to the west, late, at 5 to 10 mph.

Sunday evening’s sunset is at 8:12 p.m., and Monday morning’s sunrise is at 6:57 a.m.

Monday and the week ahead

Any lingering clouds left in the area first thing Monday morning will diminish, and we’ll eventually become mostly sunny. More importantly, dewpoint temperatures will start dropping and, by afternoon, you’ll feel something you haven’t experienced in a while: drier air! That’ll make highs in the low 80s (28 degrees Celsius) north and mid 80s (29 to 30 degrees Celsius) south feel SO much better! West wind at 8 to 12 mph.

Partly cloudy Monday night, with lows in the low to mid 60s (16 to 17 degrees Celsius).

Partly cloudy on Tuesday, with highs in the low 80s (27 to 28 degrees Celsius).

Becoming mostly clear later Tuesday night, with lows in the upper 50s to low 60s (15 to 16 degrees Celsius).

Then mostly sunny Wednesday, Thursday, and possibly even Friday, with highs in the upper 70s (26 degrees Celsius) and overnight lows in the mid to upper 50s (12 to 14 degrees Celsius) -- now THAT’S what I call spectacular summer weather, and great summer sleeping weather!

It’s too early to get specific about next weekend but, right now, it appears that Saturday could be dry, with a possible shower or thunderstorm on Sunday. Highs remain comfortable -- near 80 degrees (27 degrees Celsius).

Tracking the weather

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About the Author:

Local 4 meteorologist Paul Gross was born in Detroit and has spent his entire life and career right here in southeast Michigan. Paul has researched, written and produced eight half-hour documentaries for WDIV, as well as many science, historical and environmental stories.