After an unsettled start to the week, Detroit will have a quiet midweek in store.
High pressure will begin to build in from the north, allowing for sunshine and less humid conditions to prevail on Wednesday.
It will be slightly cooler than normal, about 10 degrees below average, with temperatures only reaching into the mid-70s F.
However, the cooler temperatures paired with increasing sunshine and dropping dew points will feel quite refreshing.
Thursday will be an almost carbon copy of Wednesday, with sunny to partly sunny skies.
A storm system from the Plains will be working into the region on Thursday night, allowing for showers and thunderstorms to return to the city on Friday.
The return of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for Detroit will come hand-in-hand with increasing humidity and temperatures.
Although most of the day will be dry on Friday, afternoon showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop as temperatures creep back to near normal, placing them into the lower 80s.
The temperatures and humidity will continue an upward trend during the weekend with showers and thunderstorms becoming more numerous.
Saturday and Sunday will remain on the humid side with daytime highs reaching near 90 degrees F.