A very active pattern, which is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms, will remain in the Detroit area through the weekend.
While there will not be a severe weather threat, AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Dave Samuhel said flooding could be an issue.
Samuhel said that all of the days will not be a complete washout, but there is a good chance for at least an hour or two of rain each day.
Highs will stay in the low to mid-80s through Sunday, which is pretty close to normal for this time of year and it will feel pretty humid. Overnight lows will remain in the upper 60s through the weekend.
Stay alert to rapidly changing conditions by using MinuteCast™ if you are headed out for outdoor events. If you hear thunder, seek shelter immediately.
The latest hurricane in the Pacific, Odile, will bring the potential for drenching downpours and a risk of flash flooding starting on Wednesday in the Southwest.
An invasion of chilly air sent temperatures plummeting this weekend in the East, but is this weather here to stay?
Major Hurricane Odile will bring life threatening conditions to Baja California Sur through Tuesday.
Edouard has become the fourth hurricane of the 2014 Atlantic season and additional strengthening is possible.
Rescue operations are ongoing in the Philippines after rough seas from Typhoon Kalmaegi sank a ferry on Saturday.
Normally dark skies were lit up with a vibrant display of colors on Friday night as the northern lights dipped south.
Charleston, SC (1752)
The Great Hurricane - tide within 12 inches of covering entire town -- water fell 5 feet in 10 minutes with shift of wind -- graphic account published in "SC Gazette" not since equalled.
Washington, D.C. (1874)
A total of 5.66 inches of rain; 24-hour record.
Detroit, MI (1939)
100 degrees -- hottest ever in September.