Pleasant Weekend in Store for Detroit

By Jordan Root, Meteorologist
June 7, 2014; 4:36 AM ET
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The start of the weekend is shaping up to be a nice one for the Detroit area.

An area of high pressure will build in across the Great Lakes, setting the stage for several pleasant days.

It will be a beautiful start to the weekend with plenty of sunshine and highs in the lower 80s.

Those partaking in outdoor activities will want to remember to apply sunblock as the sun's rays are approaching their peak strength.

Clouds are set to roll into the city by Sunday; however, with a shower or thunderstorm and highs in the 70s.

Nights will remain on the mild side ranging from the mid- to upper-50s.

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Folks heading to Comerica Park to watch the Tigers take on the Red Sox on Saturday night will have great weather for baseball.

Dry weather will make a return for the start of the upcoming week with partial sunshine and highs near 80 on Monday.

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