Detroit Metro weather forecast predicts temperatures near 90 degrees on Friday


Prepare for near record warm temperatures on Friday, then another week of rain, thunderstorms and cooler weather.

After a cold and rainy Wednesday, followed by a mildly warm day Thursday, temperatures in Michigan continue to rebound, forecasters said.

On Friday in the Detroit metro, expect the heat to reach 89 degrees, a few degrees lower than the record high of 91 degrees set in 1977.

These temperature spikes come just days after overnight lows of 48 degrees hit earlier this week and parts of the northern state even received frost advisories.

“While we’re only expected to hit 80, Friday has the potential to break the record,” National Weather Association meteorologist Ian Lee said Thursday at the agency’s office in White Lake. “Saturday’s record is also 91, but the temperatures are dropping again, so (Detroit) ain’t close to breaking it then.”

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After the hot and humid Friday, you will need to get out a raincoat.

Prepare for thunderstorms and rain this weekend with a high of 79 degrees on Saturday and a high of just 65 degrees on Sunday, the agency said. Temperatures are expected to remain in the mid-60s for most of next week.


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