Wednesday will be a mostly dry day as well with very isolated rain chances and mostly cloudy skies. Highs will be cooler thanks to an east wind, only warming to the lower 70s at best.
The cool front that came through Tuesday lifts back north as a powerful warm front Thursday with 80s moving right back in. There will be widespread showers and storms through the day as well. Storms will start in the mid-morning hours for the western counties and spread to the Tri-Cities and Flint around the lunch hour. There is a small chance some of these storms could be strong or severe with gusty winds being the main threat. Very heavy rainfall is possible as well.
Some showers are possible Friday as a powerful cold front moves through the area dropping us into the 60s with sunshine for the weekend. Winds on Friday could gust as high as 45 mph.