DETROIT – Welcome to Saturday night, Motown.
Tonight will be cloudy. Rain to our west arrives before sunrise tomorrow.
Tomorrow morning will be wetter than the afternoon, and it will not be a washout for the big race on Belle Isle and or other activities. More rain is possible with thunderstorms Monday and much of this week.
Clouds lower and thicken Saturday night, and it remains cool. Overnight lows will be in the 50s.
Light to moderate rain showers arrive by early Sunday morning just before dawn.
Sunrise is at 5:58 a.m.
The wettest portion of Sunday will be in the morning with light to moderate rain. Showers leave by midday and for afternoon activities at the Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle and elsewhere.
Scattered sprinkles are possible in the afternoon. It becomes warmer with a southerly wind. Temps rise to the middle and upper 70s in places with more sunshine and in the low 70s in locations with less.
Showers in a few thunderstorms or more likely Monday, especially in the afternoon and evening. Temperatures are above average again as the mercury rises to near 80 degrees.
Tuesday will be partly sunny with scattered showers. It will be seasonably warm with highs in the middle 70s.
We have the same type of weather Wednesday highs in the mid 70s and scattered showers.
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