The warm weather pattern that set up in the area this past week will rebound during the start of the workweek in Detroit.
Daytime highs through Tuesday will be within a few degrees of 80 F.
After only spotty thunderstorm activity through the weekend, moisture will converge on Michigan during much of this week.
Shower and thunderstorms will frequent the region through Friday. It may be difficult for those working on outdoor projects or sports activities.
Some of the thunderstorms through Tuesday can be robust with the potential for severe weather. Some communities can be hit with strong wind gusts, hail and flooding downpours.
Temperatures will bottom out late in the week. It is possible temperatures on a couple of days are no higher than the 50s.
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