Ford Fireworks Forecast

Published On: Aug 06 2014 08:58:59 AM EDT
Updated On: Jun 23 2014 11:24:24 AM EDT

Monday, June 23, 2014 morning update: Our rain chances all across SE Michigan will increase later in the afternoon and evening.

DETROIT -

Radar is active west and southwest of Detroit. It will be warm and a bit muggy but dry most of the day.

Our rain chances all across SE Michigan will increase later in the afternoon and evening.

Highs should climb into the low and mid 80s with partly sunny skies and warm breezes from the south 5-10 mph.

The morning model data calls for rain chances increasing after 4pm.

The big Ford Fireworks show downtown may be affected this evening as we wait to see where the rain and thundershowers set up.

That doesn’t mean you should cancel your plans to come downtown as there is also a chance the rain lands elsewhere.

The Local4casters app is a great way to be prepared all day. You can get constant radar updates and forecast information from your Local4casters.

Lingering showers hang on early Tuesday keeping things on the damp side to start your day tomorrow.

Most of the day will be mostly cloudy but dry with highs again in the low 80s. Slightly cooler air swings in on Wednesday with highs more in the upper 70s with more spotty midweek showers. Although we have a few rain chances this week, it appears to be limited for us. Stay tuned for any changes and get your complete 7 Day forecast on clickondetroit.com and on the Weather links:

·         Detailed forecast

·         Radar

·         Temperatures

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