(FOX 2) - More wet weather and high humidity will persist another day.
Scattered storms this morning are riding along and south of I-94, but expect some redevelopment for the rest of Southeast Michigan as the day rolls on.
There is an abundance of moisture in the air and intense rainfall remains a possibility. There are no area-wide flood watches, but localized flooding issues can't be ruled out. Many of us look to be between .25-.50 inches with an inch or more possible for some.
The cold front comes through tonight ending our opportunity for wet weather and allowing a surge of much drier air back into Southeast Michigan. Dew Points drop off and stay limited through the week.
Temperatures will be cooler, but there is a bounce back to the mid 80s Wednesday ahead of another cold front that brings us little to no rain Wednesday night/Thursday morning.