DETROIT (FOX 2) - High temperatures mean Detroit schools will get out a few hours earlier again on Friday.
The Detroit Public Schools Community District said the heat which will get near or could eclipse 90 degrees, is causing students to be dismissed three hours earlier than normal.
On Thursday the same protocol was used as a precaution.
Regular and daily transportation options will be in service to take kids home.
However, the early dismissal means that indoor afterschool activities will be canceled. Middle school and high school outdoor athletic activities will occur based on the discretion of principals, athletic coordinators, and coaches.
The late-May/early-June heat wave is the first round of high temperatures that's cooked the region this year.
Most of Southeast Michigan can expect conditions to hit the high 80s for the next several days. There's also little relief in the way of rain that's incoming.