DETROIT - Metro Detroit is finishing the work week without a storm threat, but guaranteeing as much for the weekend is a bridge too far to cross as of yet.
For the rest of Friday night, showers and a few storms will stay just to our south in northern Ohio. Expect slightly cooler lows in the upper 50s to mid-60s.
The weekend will be completely dry for the majority of us, but there's just enough of a disturbance Saturday and, to a lesser extent, Sunday, to keep a slight shower chance in the forecast.
Showers will pop up and move out quickly without dropping much in the way of measurable rain. Highs will finish in the muggy mid-80s.
Sunday won't be much different, with fewer clouds, identical temperatures and a smaller chance of getting wet.
Our most likely chances of rain in the forecast don't arrive until the middle of next week. Check those out in our 10-day forecast.
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