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Detroit — Metro Detroiters with outdoor plans for Sunday can expect temperatures to hit nearly80 degrees. But with a 30 percent chance of thunderstorms, things may get soggy

Saturday was gloriously warm and clear with temperatures hitting 75 degrees.

Rachel Kulik, a National Weather Service meteorologist said, Saturday's night-time low was 55 degrees.

But she said it could start to change on Sunday.

"It will start off fairly clear and then gradually get cloudy,' she said. "You have rain moving in after 8 p.m."

Sunday night temperatures will be a balmy 60 degrees, said Kulik.

Monday's high will be 82 degrees but if you are heating-up the grill, you might want to keep an eye-out for raindrops.

Kulik said there is a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms rolling in after 2 p.m. The clouds should move out after 8 p.m.

Monday's overnight low will be 66 degrees.

Tuesday's forecast holds a 40 percent chance of rain with daytime high of 80 degrees.

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