A few showers continue to move through southeast Michigan at times during the overnight but are not widespread.
Temperatures by daybreak will drop into the lower to middle 70s.
Showers and storms return Monday, mainly in the afternoon and evening. A few showers may be around in the morning as well, but the bigger impacts will be felt when the stronger storms arrive during the second half of the day.
While the severe threat isn’t very high, strong winds will be possible along with some flooding due to heavy downpours.
It’s also going to be hot and humid on Monday as highs will be in the middle to upper 80s, but heat index values will be in the middle, perhaps upper 90s.
Relief from the heat and humidity comes Tuesday as dry air moves and sticks around for the rest of the work week.
There is the chance for an early morning shower Tuesday, but most, if not all of the day should be dry. A weak front that comes through early Thursday also reintroduces the slight chance for a shower or two, but those chances look fairly slim.
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