Unsettled weather will persist across Detroit through midweek, but sunny skies, heat and humidity will return in time for the weekend.
With temperatures in the high 70s, showers will alternate with times of clouds and sun throughout the morning on Wednesday.
Any lingering showers should move out of the region by Wednesday afternoon, making way for times of clouds and sun.
Highs will remain in the mid-70s on Thursday, before returning to the 80s in time for the weekend.
Partly sunny skies will return to the city on Friday and Saturday afternoon but by Saturday afternoon will bring the city's next chance for afternoon showers or thunderstorms.
More storms will plague the region on Sunday.
As a large storm rolls out of the Plains and Midwest, a swath of snow, ice and travel disruptions will extend into the Northeast starting on Sunday evening.
A new storm will form over the weekend across the Plains and will spread snow and ice eastward through the Midwest.
As a snowstorm unraveled from Texas to North Carolina and Virginia, snow and ice left a trail of disruption on Wednesday into Thursday.
Residents in Spokane, Washington, recently caught sight of the unique phenomenon known as "hole punch" clouds that cause a gaping hole in the otherwise cloudy sky.
Storms will continue to affect the West through this weekend and into next week with rounds of precipitation for some needy areas as well as trouble for travelers.
While much of central and eastern North America is still locked in a deep freeze, the warmth cascading across the Pacific Northwest in recent weeks has sparked the early flowering of sakura blossoms in the region.
New England (1717)
First of a series of storms of The Great Snow which finally left about 36" on ground, held Boston snowbound for 3 weeks. Great barometric depression moved across Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri and Illinois. Lowest pressure 28.71" at Springfield, IL.
Harrisburg, IL (1999)
A thunderstorm wind gust to 80 mph causing a roof to be blown off a house and a car to be blown off the road.