Update from Zachary Veal: “End Of Both The Week & The Month As We Track Your All-Important Weekend Forecast!”

Update from Zachary Veal: End Of Both The Week & The Month As We Track Your All-Important Weekend Forecast!

Zachary Veal, Teenager Meteorologist

THIS MORNING: Welcome to the final day of September 2022, Metro Detroit!! A transition from mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies around Metro Detroit on this “Finally Friday” morning along with both morning temperatures rising from the low 50s to flirting with the middle 50s into the upper 50s and light winds ENE at only 5-10 mph which means that both east-siders and our Thumb area will be slightly cooler as those winds will be blowing off of both Lakes Huron and St. Clair.

TODAY: Mostly sunny skies around Metro Detroit along with both daytime high temperatures rising into the middle 60s and light winds ENE at only 5-10 mph which again, means that both east-siders and our Thumb area will be slightly cooler as those winds will be blowing off of both Lakes Huron and St. Clair.

TOMORROW: Happy first day of October 2022, Metro Detroit!! A mostly cloudy and cool start to your Saturday around Metro Detroit as we will wake up to morning low temperatures only in the upper 40s in our Metro Zone, or our Urban Heat Island, but likely in the middle 40s outside of our Urban Heat Island in our typically cooler rural areas as WDIV’s meteorologist Paul Gross likes to say. But the afternoon hours should be under partly sunny or mostly cloudy skies due to some debris clouds from ex-Hurricane Ian that hit the Carolinas really bad over the last 12+ hours spreading our way, clipping our extreme east-siders into Southern Ontario, Canada as it moves through both the Ohio Valley and the Appalachian Mountains. And finally, daytime high temperatures tomorrow should hold in the middle-to-upper 60s thanks to those debris clouds. But obviously, if we could somehow break up those clouds, then of course daytime high temperatures tomorrow could make a run for 70F.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny skies, cooler, and a bit breezy too around Metro Detroit along with both daytime high temperatures dropping down into the middle 60s and breezy conditions too NNE at 10-15 mph, gusting 20-25 mph, at times too as both you and your family commute both to and from both morning church services and brunch.

NEXT WEEK PREVIEW: As of right now, it looks to be mostly dry most of next week along with daytime high temperatures in the 65F to 70F range. But some of our computer models hint at our next rain chance being on next Thursday, so please stay tuned…

Enjoy the rest of your “Finally Friday”, Metro Detroit, and have a wonderful weekend ahead too!!