Freeze warnings remain in effect overnight

DETROIT – Frost warnings will stay in place until Thursday morning as we struggle to reach normal temperatures in late April.

Expect even colder starts on Thursday when the clouds dissipate overnight. Temperatures range from the low and mid 40s outside the metro zone to near 30 along the east side.

Wind chill is directed at teenagers in much of the region. So don’t be fooled by the morning sunshine as you walk out the door.

Temperatures rise by 25 to 30 degrees during the day and bring us into the mid-50s by the afternoon.

Our next round of rainfall will only be rain, and there will be plenty of it on Saturday. This system looks earlier and earlier with each new batch of data. We now expect to see showers by late morning. The rain will hang around all afternoon and overnight.

This will be more than a couple of passing showers. The total precipitation can reach an inch in some places. Temperatures in the afternoon will be close to normal, but slightly below. The highs on both days hit the top 50s, with morning lows beginning in the 40s.


In the 10-day forecast, we can finally see some numbers well above normal.

Tuesday and Wednesday of next week bring us to the mid-70s. It doesn’t look like it will come with a lot of sunshine, however.

We will probably have to deal with rain in the evening hours of next Wednesday. At least it’s not snow, is it?

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