Metro Detroit weekend weather forecast: Storms on tap for Saturday, Sunday

We were finally closer to seasonable norms, but we will continue to slide into cooler territory through the rest of this work week. Otherwise, we spend most of the day dry and just cloudy.

Sunday will bring more of the same with stubborn morning clouds and some sun trying to break through during the afternoon.

Partly sunny skies closer to Detroit as highs hit the low and mid 70s with increasing shower chances into the evening and overnight as that front slowly starts to slide south approaching Metro Detroit. Low temperatures should be cooler, either side of 50.

The farther north and east you are in New England, the more likely you'll see dry conditions through Friday.

Our typical cool air wedge will continue today with a strong easterly component to the wind.

For scale, the average high is in the mid 60s.

Scattered drizzle and patchy fog will remain possible Thursday night, as an area of low pressure lessens its grip on the area. The increasing clouds that have taken over our skies are associated with a system to our west, which is bringing some showers across Pennsylvania and NY. Highs near 60. The rain gradually winds down toward morning on Sunday. Temperatures ahead of a front will warm up to the lower 80s with mostly sunny skies. Some showers or a thunderstorm will also be possible. Highs in the mid and upper 70s. Have a great night and Friday!

Vanessa Coleman