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Isolated showers to continue into the evening hours. The chance for precipitation will continue into the evening hours, with all rain chances diminishing after Midnight.
An upper level trough will support a chance of showers today. The greatest chances of which will be across the southern portions of the area. Expanding high pressure across the eastern Great Lakes Wednesday into Thursday will hold through the weekend. This will sustain a prolonged period of dry conditions across the region. Persistent south-southeast winds associated with this high will also support temperatures that are well above normal late September norms.
The building of an upper level ridge across the eastern US by the end of the week will establish a period of very warm weather across the Great Lakes. This warm weather will not only persist through the weekend, but possibly well into next week. Normal high temperatures this time of year across Southeast Michigan range from 69 to 72 degrees.
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