Metro Detroit climate: Comfortable and dry stretch

Good monday morning! Temperatures are on the comfortable side when we get up and start this work week in the 50s with a few spots that flirt with the 40s and others with 60 ° F. The sky is mostly clear and will be mostly clear as the morning progresses and we see some spotty fog around Metro Detroit in the usual spots so be careful. Today you can enjoy sun and clouds and an August day without excessive heat or humidity.

Sunrise is at 6:28 am

After the morning sun, clouds begin to develop as we warm up a little this afternoon as we move out of the 50s into the early mid and upper 70s. We do not expect rain with cloud formation and we will see a nice mix of sun and clouds with winds of NNW 5-10 mph. Metro Detroit hit average highs in early August in the mid-80s, but we may not see this for the entire 7 days. Get ready for a comfortable and mostly dry week.

Sunset is at 8:51 pm

Tuesday starts in the 50s and then gets warm again until the upper 70s with mostly sunshine around Pure Michigan. We may see some neighborhoods hit 80C tomorrow, and we will definitely see slightly warmer temperatures every day as we move forward this week. So Wednesday highs will be in the lower 80s with a nice mix of sun and clouds, and that could also be the exact formula for our Thursday and Friday weather. We can expect increasing high clouds on Friday before a possible rainmaker arrives this weekend.

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The models show a disturbance that mainly brings morning rain showers on Saturday and dissipates somewhat during the day, with highs in the low point until perhaps the mid-80s. There is another, and potentially stronger, disturbance directed to SE Lower Michigan and Southern Ontario for Sunday mornings, and these showers may last longer during the day.

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