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Air Quality Alert goes into effect Saturday in Southeast Michigan

(CBS DETROIT) – While drier conditions will dominate the weekend, warmer temperatures are also on the cards.

The last of the rain will disappear on Friday evening, giving us dry weather on Saturday. Temperatures will start the day in the low 60s. Patchy fog may also be present in the early morning, but this will clear as the sun rises. Skies will remain partly cloudy all day and temperatures may reach 80 degrees.

Due to the elevated ozone levels, an air quality advisory goes into effect on Saturday. The advisory applies to Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. The air quality will be unhealthy for those sensitive to pollutants. People are urged to avoid activities that contribute to ozone formation, such as mowing the lawn, getting gas or using a charcoal grill.

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It will be a beautiful evening, temperatures will remain in the 70s and skies will clear. Temperatures will once again reach a low in the low 60s, but will warm into the mid 80s on Sunday with mostly sunny skies.

For your latest NEXT Weather forecast, watch on CBS Detroit, online at CBSDetroit.com or stream on the CBS Detroit app, Paramount+ or PlutoTV.


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