After a brief break in unsettled weather at midweek, humidity and the threat of thunderstorms increase through Friday in the Detroit area.
Thursday will be warm and humid, with highs in the mid-80s and the chance of a late-night shower or thunderstorm.
Storms will become more widespread on Friday, lasting through the afternoon and into the evening hours.
Due to storms in the area, the Detroit Tigers' matchup against the San Francisco Giants could see weather delays on Friday night at Comerica Park.
Fans heading to the park may want to pack an umbrella. At the first sign of thunder or lightning, fans should seek indoor shelter.
Stay alert to rapidly changing conditions by using MinuteCast™ if you are headed out for outdoor events or baseball games.
Temperatures will cool heading into the weekend and conditions will improve. While there is a chance of a stray shower Saturday morning, highs on Saturday will be in the low 70s with plenty of sunshine later in the day.
The sunny conditions will persist on Sunday with temperatures remaining in the low 70s.
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