Goodbye 80 degrees, hello 60-degree temps in Metro Detroit

Temps cooling off in Metro Detroit

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer
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DETROIT -  If you were enjoying those 80 degree days in SE Michigan and Southern Ontario, you may have to wait a week or so for those temps to return to us.

It is a cool but comfortable Monday with highs in the upper 60s and winds NW 5-10 mph. Those winds blowing off the lakes will bring a few clouds our way this afternoon, but no rain today.

This is a money saving week with no need for air conditioning and less water needed on the grass and garden. Expect another crisp night as overnight lows will fall into the 40s early Tuesday.

Tuesday afternoon will bring high cloudiness to the area which are blowing off of thunderstorms to our west. So, it will be a dry day with highs again in the upper 60s and light winds. By late evening, we may see a few scattered rain and thundershowers passing by sometime around sunset.

And we may see enough moisture lingering to produce a few widely scattered showers on Wednesday. Don't cancel your outdoor plans as midday showers will be light and not getting everyone wet.

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