After breaking or tying record highs the last two days, we probably fall just short of the record Monday in Metro Detroit. After some morning fog and haze, you can expect another very warm day with mostly sunshine, waves of high clouds, and highs in the upper 80s to low 90s. The humidity will make it feel about a few degrees warmer, so let's make sure we stay hydrated today and try not to exert too much energy outdoors. The Record High in Detroit is 93° today and we should fall just short of that.
Some Thursday morning fog around Metro Detroit leading to a Dense Fog Advisory in many areas, especially the I-69 and I-75 corridors west and north of Detroit. Those low clouds may leak some light showers mainly in Southern Ontario this morning with spotty drizzle possible on the east side. Otherwise, partly sunny this afternoon with times of decent sunshine and highs in the mid 70s once again.
More marvelous weather for Metro Detroit on this Monday. We all start on the cooler side in the upper 40s to low 50s and some patchy fog in some of our rural areas but skies are clear. You can expect mostly sunny skies through the day today after some patchy fog burns off after 9am. That sun will bring highs into the mid 70s with light winds ESW 5-10 mph. Tuesday looks very similar to today with manageable morning temps in the low 50s and afternoon highs in the mid to maybe upper 70s.
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Selecting a term
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