Band of showers hover over Metro Detroit
Metro Detroiters can expect about an inch of rain to hit throughout the day on Sunday.
The rain had already begun by noon, and a second “band of showers” is expected to fall on the region from about 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. By the time the rain ends, some areas will experience just more than an inch of rain, said Jordan Dale, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
A cold front is passing through that will bring overnight lows to about 50 degrees.
Monday will be mostly dry, but breezy, and highs will reach the “upper 60s” before overnight lows fall to the mid 50s.
Tuesday will be mild, with high temperatures in the low 70s. There’s about a 40 percent chance of rain, “not a washout,” Dale said, but scattered showers. Overnight lows will again fall to the mid 50s.
Wednesday will be another mild day; that mildness owes to heavy cloud cover, Dale said. There will be about a 50 percent chance of rain, but that’s expected in the form of scattered showers. Overnight lows will be in the lower 50s.