After stormy weather made its presence felt early in the week, sunny skies and cooler weather will take over at midweek for Detroit.
It will be slightly warmer Thursday with highs in the upper 70s and times of clouds and sun.
Overnight lows through Thursday will be in the mid-50s.
Temperatures will remain consistently in the upper 70s for Friday and Saturday accompanied by sunny skies. For those looking to spend some time outdoors, Saturday will be the best day of the weekend to do so.
As the calendar changes into June, the warm and sunny conditions will persist, with highs in the upper 70s on Sunday and partly sunny skies.
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The plum rains are known as "meiyu" in China, the "baiyu" or "tsuyu" in Japan, and the "jangma" in the Koreas. The heart of the plum rain season stretches from early June to mid-July, with a tendency to shift south to north across the affected area.
In the wake of the mid-June cloudbursts, most of Pakistan to northwestern India last week saw a return to dry, hot weather typical of the weeks leading up to the Monsoon onset. It was as if the Monsoon withdrew to its "normal" position for the latter half of June.
It is still possible that this scenario is over wrought as to the intensity and spread of rain in Pakistan and northwestern India. However, it is the hunch of the present forecaster that some very unusual weather is going to unfold in the Subcontinent during the next week!
North of the expected Monsoon low, moist, rain-cooled air should flow northward to the Himalayas, even westward into the Indus Valley of Pakistan, the result being scattered downpours along with a break in the pre-Monsoon heat next week.
In justifying the declaration of Monsoon onset, the IMD cited widespread rainfall, some heavy, throughout Kerala; deep, vigorous southwesterly winds over the southern Arabian Sea; and the widespread high cloudiness as measured by satellite.
Piercing cold will send temperatures tumbling to dangerous levels for some across the central and eastern United States this week.
Three people were killed after a pileup, involving up to 40 vehicles, snarled traffic in snowy central Michigan Thursday morning.
A storm will spread snow and a wintry mix that will disrupt travel across the northeastern United States by early next week.
Cyclone Vardah will weaken before reaching southern India to start the new week.
A Georgia man was sentenced to life in prison following the death of his son in a hot car in June of 2014.
Bouts of rain and snow will continue to spread over the northwestern United States through Saturday.
Famed astronaut John Glenn, most well-known for becoming the first American to orbit the Earth, passed away on Thursday at the age of 95.