DETROIT – Here is the Metro Detroit weather forecast update for April 6, 2022.
- Rain continues to fall Wednesday afternoon, and it should be all but gone by around 8 p.m. We’ll see more clearing as the rain ends.
- There could be some patchy fog overnight to watch out for, as well.
Few showers Thursday, Friday
- An influence of low pressure keeps scattered shower chances around Thursday and Friday.
- There may even be a few snowflakes early Saturday, but the chance for precipitation that day appears to be going down.
- Winds stay breezy through Friday, with wind gusts over 25 mph, at times.
· Opening Day
- If you’re planning to go to Comerica Park for Opening Day, plan on it being cool and breezy, with some rain.
- Temperatures will be in the lower 40s for the tailgate and rise to the upper 40s by the end of the game.
- A few sprinkles will be around in the morning, but rain becomes more scattered through the afternoon.
- Winds will be on the breezy side, with the gustiest winds coming later in the afternoon, over 20 mph.
Anniversary of biggest snow storm in Detroit history
- The anniversary of the biggest snow storm in Detroit history is Wednesday.
- On this day in 1886, 24.5 inches of snow fell.
Daylight over 13 hours
- We will have over 13 hours of daylight Thursday (April 7).
Average last measurable snow
- The date in which we average our last measurable snow (a tenth of an inch or more) is Thursday (April 7).