DETROIT – All severe weather warning and watches have expired for Southeast Michigan.
We dry out overnight as temperatures only drop into the lower 70s. Some patchy fog can’t be ruled out, but given that winds will still be up, we’re not anticipating it to be a widespread problem.
More sunshine returns the next couple of days, however some models are squeezing out a shower or two Thursday. However most, if not all look to stay dry. Highs Thursday and Friday will be in the lower 90s.
The weekend brings back the chance for rain and a few storms, with the best chances coming Sunday. Saturday we’re anticipating a few showers, but it won’t be an all-day wash-out type event. Sunday there’s a much better chance for thunderstorms, some of which could be strong to severe.
Beyond that we get a little bit of relief from the heat. Highs are in the 90s through Saturday, but early next week we “cool” a bit with highs in the lower to middle 80s.