Thunderstorms early this week will push through by late week to provide a pleasant weekend in Detroit.
Temperatures should begin to rise as the week unfolds before reaching the low 80s over the weekend. Temperatures are on par with usual summertime averages.
Overnight temperatures will follow the same trend, reaching a low in the upper 60s.
After storms early in the week, skies should be mostly sunny. Humidity could return as storms may arise Saturday night. Sunday will bring the chance of pop-up thunderstorms in the afternoon, though skies should be clear for the start of next week.
Those planning to spend extended amounts of time in the sun this weekend should take proper precautions by applying sunscreen frequently throughout the day.
Sunshine should linger into the middle of next week before clouds and chances of rain move in late next week.
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Rain and thunderstorms will continue to cause travel delays and raise the risk of isolated flooding in parts of the northeastern United States and Atlantic Canada into the weekend.
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