Sun, muggy air settles on metro Detroit

Thursday is National Sunglasses Day

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer
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DETROIT - It's nice to see some sun on National Sunglasses Day and temps around Metro Detroit are responding.

Highs are lifting quickly into the middle 80s with muggy air still hovering over SE Michigan.

The combination of our heat and humidity and an approaching cold front means we will see more scattered thundershowers through the later afternoon hours.

If you get one of these scattered showers and storms, it will rain heavy and produce some dangerous lightning as we are already seeing on radar across Northern Lower Michigan.

After the cold front, we will see temps and humidity trending down making our weather conditions much more comfortable. We still have rain chances Friday through the weekend as a very slow moving storm maker moves right over Michigan on Friday and Saturday.

Highs will be in the mid to maybe upper 70s with scattered rain showers all weekend.

We are NOT forecasting any washouts but we also will not be rain free this weekend.

Keep your eyes to the skies and get the new ClickOnDetroit app (it's free!) in your app store to stay right on top of the radar with us.

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