Metro Detroit Forecast: Showers and storms cooling us down

Cheryl Sanders
May 29, 2020

A few of our counties along the KY/VA/WV border could be impacted by Bertha overnight. We will see mostly sunny skies this morning, with temperatures climbing fast through mid-morning.


Tomorrow scattered showers and storms continue once again. A strong to severe storm is possible but the biggest severe threat is to our west and north. With a light NE breeze, Saturday is cool with highs in the upper 50s near the lake to upper 60s inland. This will put an end to the high humidity and the rain for several days. The clouds are expected to follow to the southeast leaving us with sunshine for the afternoon hours! The rain moves out Sunday morning allowing us to warm into the 70s by the afternoon.


There's a slight chance you'll see rain outside your window Saturday morning or early afternoon, but the odds aren't likely. Highs in the mid/upper 70s.


Friday is mostly sunny and comfortable with a high of 68. Highs in the low 80s. By Wednesday, it looks like we'll get back into the 80s.

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