Clouds, rain will give way to more sunshine as weekend nears: Forecast

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Many parts of Lower Michigan could actually use an inch of rain now. Temperatures will top out in the lower 90s but it will feel more like the triple digits.

Expect continued chances of rain and thunderstorms across portions of the area Wednesday. Scattered rain showers and storms will be possible as a cold front approaches Kentucky. The threat of hit-or-miss, late-day storms continues to be the case through much of the forecast period. Partly sunny skies will give way to a few showers and thunderstorms between 1 - 8pm. However, the storms could produce strong wind gusts primarily over far eastern Kansas, according to the weather service.

Then the line of storms should weaken to below severe levels as the storms move southeast across Lower Michigan overnight. The result will be not as many showers and slightly warmer high temperatures.

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The National Weather Service said the strongest of those could bring damaging winds up to 70 miles per hour, heavy rain and deadly lightning.

SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and mild temperatures develop, with a low of 68 degrees.

MONDAY: Partly cloudy, turning humid.

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