Warmth Leads Detroit Into Labor Day Weekend, Storms Sunday

Strong thunderstorms that rattled Detroit on Tuesday have dissipated for the rest of the workweek, leaving some high humidity in the area for Wednesday. Temperatures will stay in the mid-80s through the weekend, likely reaching 85 on Wednesday and 86 on Thursday. By Thursday, the humidity levels will dip.

Labor Day weekend should start off with warmer temperatures and an increase in humidity, with partly sunny skies to shine over any outdoor activities, including the reboot of the Michigan State Fair.

Sunday is looking to be the most volatile day of the holiday weekend, with a frontal passage offering the possibility of scattered showers or thunderstorms. Some storms could be potentially severe, with the threat of high winds, heavy rain and possibly some hail. The highest chance of stronger storms will be Sunday evening into the night.

Conditions should clear on Monday, with partly sunny skies and a slight dip in the temperature, with highs in the upper 70s. Labor Day will also bring a decrease in humidity as the storms depart.