Wet weather will remain in the Detroit area on Tuesday, but the weather will improve for the rest of the week, beginning on Wednesday.
Showers and thunderstorms will remain during the day on Tuesday, and a brief shower or two is possible through the evening.
It will become cooler through Tuesday with highs around 75 F. The normal high temperature for this time of year in the city is 81 F.
By Wednesday, conditions will greatly improve. Temperatures will remain in the mid-70s, but partly sunny skies are expected throughout the day. The sunny and cooler temperatures are expected to remain through Friday.
The pleasant weather is good news for those planning to attend the Detroit Tigers games against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday and Thursday.
Rain is expected to remain out of the forecast through the weekend.
There were storms along the flight path, AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Dave Samuhel said.
Strong winds and rough seas hampered evacuation efforts as hundreds remain stranded aboard the Norman Atlantic ferry in the Adriatic Sea.
While colder air will flow into the Northeast this week, the lack of snow will continue through the end of December and the start of 2015.
A storm and cold air forecast to develop at the end of 2014 and linger into the start of 2015 will deliver snow, rain and a frost or freeze to portions of California.
Rain, snow, and unseasonably cold conditions will impact much of the West through the upcoming week with the threat of slippery travel in parts of the Southwest by midweek.
A storm will continue to spread rain and disruptive snow farther to the east across eastern Europe Monday into Tuesday.
Gulf Coast (1982)
End of 4 days (25th-28th) of heavy rain (as much as 20" in some areas). Flooding from Beaumont, TX to Lake Charles, LA.
Erie, PA (1982)
70 degrees; 3rd time 70 degrees or higher this month, 5 record highs this month.
Eastern States (1992)
Freezing rain and sleet created icy roads over a large area from Virginia and washington, D.C. northward to eastern Pennsylvania, southeast New York, and southern New England.