A humid, stormy finish to the month of June is in store for Detroit, as threats of storms are possible over the weekend and into the new week.
Storms will pop up in spots interrupting partly sunny skies.
Temperatures will increase each day before reaching towards the 90-degree F mark in the beginning of next week.
Overnight temperatures will rise to the 70s over the weekend and could be humid at times. Night skies should remain partly cloudy.
Those with outdoor activities planned this weekend should take extra precaution when spending extended time in the sun and high heat.
Sunday's temperatures should stay consistent, though thunderstorms are possible during the day and into the night. The humidity will outlast into the evening as well making for a sticky night.
To kick off next week, temperatures will remain on the rise and there will be a chance of a shower or thunderstorm in spots during the day on Monday.
The storms should clear out of the area before the Detroit Tigers and Oakland Athletics play a 7:08 p.m. EDT game at Comerica Park Monday evening.
There should be relief from the high heat as midweek approaches. By Wednesday, temperatures are expected to move back into the upper 70s with a shower to thunderstorm around.
A change in the weather pattern will bring an extended period of dry and sunny conditions over much of the south-central United States.
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