Scattered showers, storms still possible Friday night

DETROIT A flood warning is in place along the Huron River near Hamburg, Michigan, in southern Livingston County.

Welcome to Friday night, Motown.

Showers and storms remain in our forecast tonight. The rain may not be as torrential in places as it was on Friday afternoons, but don’t let lightning or the rumble of thunder surprise you. Showers and storms won’t be as prevalent this weekend, and we’ll end up seeing more sunshine and warmer conditions. The warmest day of the holiday weekend (and the driest) is Monday.

On Friday night it would be cool to slightly cloudy skies and further and rain showers. Overnight lows will be in the lower and mid 60s.

On Saturday it will rain in the morning. So if you want to come to the harvest festival early, you have to grab your rain gear. Families going to the event or doing something else outdoors will enjoy sunnier skies as the day progresses. Mild with highs or 70s.

Sunday is partly the sunniest and warmer one. Afternoon temperatures reach the top 60s.


Public holiday, Monday, looks like the warmest day of the week with highs of 80 degrees under a partly sunny sky.

Tuesday and Wednesday will have sunshine this week. We can enjoy the fall colors on those warm days with highs in the mid 70’s.

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