Cool down on way in Metro Detroit

Metro Detroit will see a cool down with less humidity in the beginning of the week, according to the National Weather Service.

Monday’s high near 75 will be accompanied by clouds and wind gusts of up to 23 mph. Normal high for the day is 83, according to weather service records. That’s much lower than the record high for the day : 105 in 1934.

Tuesday’s high near 80 is expected to be below the normal high of 83. Wednesday brings a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2 a.m.

Storms Sunday night brought wind gusts as high as 54 mph in Deerfield Township in Lenawee County. Trees and limbs were knocked down in Monroe County and at Otter Creek and Toledo Beach Road area near Interstate 75, and social media reported numerous trees down in Caseville in Huron County, where dime-size hail fell for 10 minutes, according to weather service storm reports late Sunday.

DTE Energy reported scattered outages in Monroe County. The Consumers Energy outage map late Sunday showed scattered outages near Roscommon and Coleman in the range of 5.1 percent to 10 percent of customers affected. Muskegon had 378 customers out of 58,816 without power; Ionia reported 22 customers without power. In Luna Pier, 431 customers out of 786 lost power.

The forecast:

Monday: Increasing clouds with a high near 75, low around 62

Tuesday: Mostly clear; high near 80, low around 64

Wednesday: Sunny; high near 85, low around 72

Thursday: Chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8 a.m. High near 84, low around 66

Friday: Mostly sunny; high near 80, low around 63

Saturday: Sunny; high near 81, low about 64

Source: National Weather Service