Southeast Michigan Weather: Dry Afternoon Followed by Evening Rain


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Detroit, MI – Southeast Michigan residents can expect a dry and warm afternoon on Saturday, with temperatures climbing into the upper 70s. However, the pleasant weather will take a turn as evening approaches, bringing widespread rain to the region.

According to the US National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac, the rain is predicted to begin after 7 p.m. and will persist through the night. Areas such as Pontiac, Flint, and Ann Arbor are all expected to see precipitation. Sunday’s weather will bring cooler temperatures, with highs in the middle 70s across most of Southeast Michigan and upper 60s near the Lake Huron shoreline.

The Weather Service advises residents to prepare for wet conditions overnight, which may lead to slick roads and potentially hazardous driving conditions. Those planning to be out Saturday evening should consider carrying an umbrella and wearing waterproof clothing.

The forecast also highlights the importance of staying updated with the latest weather information as conditions can change rapidly. Residents can follow the US National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac on social media or visit their website for real-time updates and detailed forecasts.


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