Stormy weather and seasonable temperatures will return to Detroit for the second half of the weekend.
Temperatures remain at near-normal levels for Sunday in the low 80s as humidity levels remain high.
After the first batch of showers and thunderstorms moved just to the north Saturday storms will be more widespread Sunday.
While the majority of severe storms moving through the Ohio Valley stay to our south, thunderstorms will turn heavier in the afternoon Sunday with periods of rain into Sunday night.
By Monday, these storms taper to just a shower.
The weekend storms help to bring cooler weather back to Detroit, as Monday and Tuesday's highs will drop back down into the low 70s.
Temperatures will remain in the 70s for most of the week with the city's next chance for rain on Wednesday.
Cold air returns to Chicago this week and a mix of rain and snow will lead to a messy commute Monday evening.
Milder air pouring into the Midwest will quickly be replaced by snow, plunging temperatures and travel hazards to kick off Thanksgiving week.
James Grimaldi of West Seneca, New York, used his drone to capture impressive aerial views of his snow-covered neighborhood.
East Coast travelers are being put on alert that the potential exists for a winter storm to unfold on Wednesday, the busiest travel day of the year.
A wide variety of weather, ranging from springlike conditions, to wintry precipitation and cold air will affect travel across the nation for the week of Thanksgiving.
The warmth surging into Harrisburg will not last long this Thanksgiving week with a storm threatening to significantly disrupt holiday travel on the horizon.
Thanksgiving Day Snowstorm (began on the evening of the 22nd). Snowfall amounts included: Location Amount Roanoke, VA 3.0 inches Washington, DC 4.0 inches Baltimore, MD 4.0 inches Philadelphia, PA 4.6 inches Central Park, NYC 4.7 inches Islip, NY 7.0 inches Chatham, MA 12.0 inches
Pickens, WV (1950)
Maximum snowfall from a single storm (state) A total of 57.0 inches.
Late-Season Warmth: Buffalo, NY 68 degrees Norfolk, VA 70 degrees Providence, RI 80 degrees District of Columbia 75 degrees Raleigh, NC 77 degrees Greensboro, NC 74 degrees