Detroit: Cooling Trend Continues

By Courtney Spamer, Meteorologist
October 21, 2013; 3:09 AM ET
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A surge of cool air will continue in Detroit.

Monday featured cloudy skies with a high of 55 degrees with a stiff west-southwest breeze of 10 to 20 mph.

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Cooler temperatures will arrive on Tuesday and continue through week's end with highs struggling to climb out of the 40s and overnight lows dropping to near freezing.

Detroit will also see the chance of showers through Saturday.


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