Though Detroit is no longer being faced with the unseasonable warmth that started October, the city does have a handful of warm days ahead.
Friday will be the warmest day of the week, as the high pushes to 72 degrees in the afternoon. Through the weekend, high temperatures will hover around the 70 degree mark. Nighttime lows will be mild in the 50s.
The best chance to get outdoors will be Saturday, as the threat for a couple of showers will arrive on Sunday to close out the weekend. The high will push to 70 degrees, before falling to 51 degrees at night.
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