July 23, 2021 p.m., evening forecast
DETROIT – Here is the updated Metro Detroit weather forecast for July 23, 2021 afternoon and evening.
Morning showers are out of the area, but there are still some showers.
The odds will stay with us most of the time, but we don’t expect anything generalized or serious.
Storm Prediction Center has improved the risk for tomorrow – we are now under a Slight risk of severe weather. (Level 2 of 5).
Potentially three laps, but the afternoon lap is what concerns us the most.
Tour 1: In the morning, a warm front crosses the area from west to east. This will trigger a few showers / thunderstorms. Most of this action will take place to our east, but those on I-75 and east are in the best area to see them.
2nd round: Showers and storms COULD develop towards our northwest and move SE MI. Confidence in this cycle is growing, but it is still not a certainty. IF this cycle develops, it will be our greatest threat from strong to severe storms.
Round 3: A weak line of showers, maybe a few thunderstorms will try to cross around midnight. This round is very dependent on round 2. (If round 2 does not take place, round 3 will be stronger).
The biggest threat on Saturday will be the high destructive winds. Flooding can again be a concern with hail.
The maximums return to nearly 90 degrees from Sunday to Tuesday.
Humidity will also begin to increase for the middle of next week after a Sunday and Monday break.
We’ll talk about the weather for the Olympics on today’s broadcasts.
CAUTION: Tropical Storm Nepartak has formed in the western Pacific and is expected to hit Japan on Tuesday next week.