Freeze warning issued for Sunday night

Mostly cloudy skies, high of around 50 degrees

By Paul Gross - Meteorologist

The National Weather Service has issued another Freeze Warning Sunday night for all of southeast Michigan except for Wayne and Monroe Counties.

Although cloud cover did not break up enough last night to give us widespread frost, clearing skies later tonight should allow temperatures to drop into the low 30s in many areas. Tender vegetation, including most summer annuals, may be killed in areas that reach freezing (32 degrees).

Monday will be mostly sunny and warmer, with highs in the upper 50s. We'll be back into the 60s on Tuesday.

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