DETROIT – High temperatures will hit the mid 50s Wednesday -- which is just a touch above average -- as we enter the middle of November.
More clouds will roll in tonight and overnight, which means we’ll get more mild temps into Thursday morning.
Rainy Thursday triggers cool-down
We start Veterans Day, Thursday, with mostly cloudy skies and morning lows in the low-to-mid 40s. We’ll have dry conditions through the early afternoon.
The winds will pick up, moving SSE at 10-20 mph and gusting to 30-35 mph, and that will help us warm into the low 60s. This may be the last of the 60s for us, as a rain maker will move through late Thursday afternoon and draw cooler air in behind it.
Plan on a wet Thursday night leaking into early Friday.
Friday will have temps in the upper 40s to low 50s. A brief afternoon shower or two is possible. Winds will be gusty, moving SW at 10-25 mph.
Weekend rain, snow chances
Our upcoming weekend will be on the cool side with pesky breezes keeping it feeling even cooler.
Morning lows will be in the upper 20s to low 30s on both Saturday and Sunday. Highs likely won’t exceed the low and mid 40s.
We will see scattered lake effect rain and snow showers trying to reach us from Lake Michigan, so it’s hit or miss with a wintry mix on Saturday. Computer model data hints at more rain than snow.
Sunday will bring another disturbance in the form of scattered snow showers. Don’t worry about any accumulation, but it will make things a bit slick if you plan on driving on Sunday.
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