(WXYZ) - It's a final day of heat and humidity for Metro Detroit with high temperatures pushing into the upper 80s in many communities.By the Ohio border, high temperatures are back in the low 90s. Factoring in the higher humidity and the feels like temps are sizzling at 90-95 degrees.But relief is close at hand. A shift in wind to the north across 'The Thumb' and northern portions of Oakland and Macomb Counties will provide milder temperatures.Highs from Port Huron to Lapeer are near 80 degrees.
(WXYZ) - The summer like weather rolls on today. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s, but 90s are the record highs. There will be a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorms tonight and Thursday. Cooler weather returns for the weekend. NEXT 48 HOURS: This morning: Mostly clear and warm. Temps: 62-66 / Winds SSW 10-25 This afternoon: Mostly sunny & exceptionally warm. Highs: 84-88 / Winds: SW 15-30 Tonight: Mostly clear early, then a chance of rain late.
We will make it through the morning rush with dry roads, but rain moves in late morning and midday. The heaviest rain will come during the evening and overnight into Thursday morning. Some spots northwest of Detroit could get over an inch. This morning: Increasing clouds, cold.
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