Warm and dry tonight, storm chances rumble in for Monday


Rain chances will continue for your Monday and for the rest of your work week. In fact model differences bring low confidence on best timing for rain in an area.

The heat is on again by week's end when highs soar back into the mid and upper 90s once again along with gusty southerly winds and higher humidity but not too many rain/storm chances.

Pockets of heavy rain and some thunderstorms will be seen into the early afternoon hours primarily for communities along and south of I-96.

Rain chances will increase by midweek. There is the chance of a few showers and storms to fire up along a cold front that will sweep through during the afternoon and evening. Lows fall all the way into the lower 60s! More clouds are expected for Tuesday and slightly cooler high temperatures. Highs will reach in the upper 80s to near 90s with nights near 70 most of next week.

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Other storms are possible across northern portions of KAKEland overnight into Wednesday morning, but the severe risk with those is lower than down south.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 7 a.m.

Sun: High: 92 Low: 74 Partly cloudy; late night storms possible.

A few showers are possible Friday into Friday evening, but certainly not a washout.