While the weekend ended on a dry note, the return of snow to Detroit is on the horizon.
On the heels of the cold front Monday night, an Alberta Clipper will spread snow into the Great Lakes on Tuesday.
Detroit lies in the path of this clipper, and should see the snow fall Tuesday through Tuesday night.
The snow will generally amount to a coating to an inch or two around Metro Detroit, which is enough to cause some slick spots on area interstates and highways for commuters.
Farther to the north across northern and central Lower Michigan is where the clipper will drop up to 3 to 6 inches, leading to more disruptions to travel and daily routines.
A 32-year-old Marine was hospitalized on Saturday, July 4, after being bitten by a shark near Surf City, North Carolina, WITN-TV reports.
Following a dry end to the holiday weekend, showers and thunderstorms will quickly return to the Northeast and increase in number through Wednesday.
Cooler air is on the way for parts of northern Europe that experienced extreme heat over the past week.
The threat for severe storms across the central United States will wane Monday night as heavy rain becomes the primary threat.
A budding tropical system may pass close enough to Hawaii to bring an uptick in gusty showers and thunderstorms as well as building seas late the week.
After moving through Guam over the weekend, Chan-hom will intensify as it tracks toward Japan's Ryukyu Islands, Taiwan and eventually east-central China this week.
International Falls, MN (1997)
34 degrees, coldest temperature ever recorded in the month of July.
Hays, KS (2001)
Record heat. Chamberlain, SD hit 105; the old record was 103 from 1985. Mitchell, MT tied their record high of 103 from 1930. Joseph, OF hit 95, breaking the record of 90 from 1906. Boundary Dam, WA reached 99; the record had been 90, set in 1985.