An intense heat wave spreading through the northern Plains through the Midwest will avoid Detroit, but effects from the warmth will bring potentially dangerous thunderstorms Monday into Tuesday night. The core of the heat will stay to the south and west of the city, but the warm, moist air will fuel disturbances on the heat's edge.
Though not all of the thunderstorms for the area will be severe, the ones that will could be potentially destructive. The biggest threats with the storms will be torrential downpours and damaging, strong winds, but hail is also possible with the system.
Temperatures will near 90 on Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday should experience less humidity after the storms dissipate.