DETROIT – Happy Mother’s Day, and welcome to Sunday, Motown!
We will experience higher temperatures today, but clouds will increase with the possibility of wet weather.
Stay moist tonight and tonight. Sunlight and cold weather are back tomorrow. Higher temperatures and more conditions such as spring arrive gradually this midweek.
Sunday morning will change from mostly cloudy to very cloudy. It will be cold but not as cold as yesterday. Instead of a record low in the 20s, temperatures start in the middle 30s and above. Anytime before lunch will be the driest part of the day. So families with outdoor plans or travel plans for mothers in the morning can expect the nature of mothers to work together. Jackets are still needed to stay warm. Remember to wear your mask.
The sun rises at 6:17 a.m.
New areas with low pressure arrive quickly at lunch time and Sunday afternoon. Light rain then moderate and heavier when the temperature rises to the mid-50s. Plan some indoor activities that are good for mothers, or be careful on the road when activities get wetter.
Rain maybe, Sunday night. It will be cooler with temperatures near 50 ° F, and rain will be heavy at times.
The sun sets at 8:43 a.m.
Opportunities for rain showers stay Sunday night. When it gets colder, the rainfall moves away. The overnight lows will be in the middle 30s.
Monday will be cooler with clear skies. Daytime temperatures reach 50 ° F or less.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays become brighter with more sun. The sky will clear most of the two days. High temperatures Tuesday will be in the mid and upper 50s. Wednesday, we will get to level 60s.
Thursday and Friday will be the warmest day of the week. The highest will approach 70 ° F or more every day. Rain and thunderstorms may occur.
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