Forecast: Heavy storms coming to Brooklyn Tuesday

Aaron Brown
July 18, 2018

Rain and a scattered thunderstorm is possible Monday night, but thunderstorms and heavy rain are expected for Tuesday.

- Some severe thunderstorm warnings have expired and or been canceled in the SE Michigan Monday afternoon. Wednesday through the rest of the week will remain dry and warm with highs in the upper 80's to low 90's.

Plenty of sunshine will be the rule into the weekend with temperatures near or slightly below normal along with comfortable humidity.

We'll be tracking these storms through the day here on NBC12!

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Next week with highs staying in the upper 80s-low 90s will keep an eye on the models for storm chances. Some very heavy rainfall is also possible with any of these storms.

Mostly sunny and less humid. Wednesday's high will be in the mid-80s.

Another hot day but tracking storms... Highs will drop into the mid 80s tomorrow as winds shift to the north and northeast. Highs will be about 88 degrees in Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins. The result will be abundant cloud cover in addition to numerous showers and a few thunderstorms.

Thursday and Friday: Mostly sunny and dry. "Indianapolis has only received 0.46" of rain the first half of July and 4.45" since June 1.

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