Warmer Air to Return, Bring Late-Week Storms to Detroit

By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
September 18, 2013; 6:51 AM ET
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The latest push of Canadian air that settled over Detroit and Lower Michigan will be followed by a temperature rebound and possible storms later in the week.

High temperatures will trend upward into the 70s Wednesday, before the threat for showers and storms emerges into the evening.

Warmer air will settle in later in the week, yielding highs in the lower 80s on Thursday and Friday.

Folks heading to the ballgames Thursday and Friday evening should expect some showers and thunderstorms, however.

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Thunderstorms during Friday will be heavy and gusty with localized severe weather possible.

Jacket and sweater weather will return to the area over the weekend, as will some sunshine.

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