Thunderstorms head out, sunny week ahead

Sarah Rahal
The Detroit News
Raindrops fall in a puddle of rain water along Congress Street in downtown Detroit.

As thunderstorms head out on Saturday, Metro Detroiters can expect a mostly sunny week ahead with highs near 90 degrees. 

For now, the rain will stick around until around 1 p.m. Saturday, and could reappear near the evening, said Trent Frey, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in White Lake Township. 

"There are chances for redevelopment later with showers and possible thunderstorms, but nothing too severe this evening," said Frey. 

Saturday night will bring a high of 75 degrees with the last chance for rain before 9 p.m, 

"It should be muggy with a chance for patchy fog as well," he said. 

Sunday will be dry, near 90 degrees, with a chance for severe thunderstorms overnight into Monday evening. 

It will be hot and humid through Wednesday, Frey said. 

"Not quite fall yet. This week we're going to be warm, in the upper 80's with a cool down on Wednesday," said Frey. "(The) next chance for rain is overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning."

Extended forecast

Saturday night: Scattered showers with a possible thunderstorm, around 75 degrees. 

Sunday: Cloudy with a high of 88 degrees, low of 74 degrees. Chance for severe thunderstorms overnight into Monday morning.

Monday: Sunny, hot and humid with a high of 90 degrees, low of 75. 

Tuesday: More sunshine, very warm and humid. High of 89 degrees, low of 73.

Wednesday: Chance for early thunderstorms, high of 80 degrees, low of 58.

Thursday: Cloudy, high of 75 degrees, low of 59.