DETROIT - We have a bold reminder today that summer is still alive in Michigan.
Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties are under a heat advisory now through Wednesday evening. Highs today will reach the mid 90s with a bit more humidity making it feel like upper 90s at least.
The record today is 94 degrees in Detroit and it looks like we will at least match that. Hazy sunshine and warm winds SW 10-20 mph will be with us all day. This kind of heat often creates isolated thundershowers, so be on the lookout for a quick soaker, although most of us will stay dry today.
We won't get much relief overnight from the heat as lows fall into the mid and upper 70s early Wednesday. High temps will once again soar into the 90's by early afternoon with a bit more cloud cover. There is a better chance for a few showers and storms tomorrow with an approaching cold front. That front will make a big difference in our climate later in the week. Scattered storms in the late afternoon and evening will linger overnight into early Thursday.
Thursday will be much more comfortable with highs near 80 degrees in a mix of sun and clouds. Friday will be the polar opposite from today. Highs will only hit the 60's Friday and Saturday.
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