It will feel like the middle of summer in the Detroit area over the next few days as a warm and humid weather pattern sets up over the region.
Temperatures through the end of the week are forecast to run in the middle 80s F, temperatures considered above normal even during the middle of the summer.
The humidity may even cause AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures to run near 90 F during the hottest part of the day.
Typically, Detroit experiences temperatures in the lower 70s near the end of May.
The warm, humid air in place around the city will provide the right environment for thunderstorms each afternoon.
These thunderstorms will be spotty in nature and are not likely to produce any severe weather, but the storms could lead to minor disruptions as they move through.
The 80-degree weather is forecast to last into the Memorial Day Weekend with the chance for an afternoon thunderstorm almost every day.
People enjoying the holiday weekend in the outdoors should monitor the weather radar and take cover when a thunderstorm is approaching.