Cold front moving in to SE Michigan

Temperature expected to fall overnight, Monday

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer

Sunday evening brought a few Severe Thunderstorm Warnings to SE Michigan but none of the storms produced any damage.

We had gusty winds all day that may have blown your Halloween decorations around more than those storms.

A cold front is blowing through, so expect scattered showers overnight and for the first half of Monday.

Cooler weather will settle in Monday with low 60s early in the morning falling to low 50s by the afternoon. Winds are shifting to the NW 10-20 mph, so look for breezy conditions, scattered showers, and 50s throughout your Monday.

Tuesday, the Tigers are back in town and it looks like a great day for baseball. We will see mostly sunny skies and highs around 60 degrees. By first pitch and the evening, expect temps to fall through the 50s and into the upper 40s with clear skies. So, it will be cool and dry Tuesday Night. We may see a few showers Wednesday Night, so stay tuned.

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