Not Too Hot, Not Too Wet: The Summer Forecast [Maps]

Flooding in Texas, Oklahoma will help moderate Detroit’s weather.

The recent heavy rains that flooded Texas and Oklahoma will help moderate our weather in Metro Detroit this summer. The National Weather Service forecasts a slightly warmer and slightly drier than normal season for Southeast Michigan. Meteorologist Joe Clark tells me WDET’s Pat Batcheller he expects fewer hot days than usual.

See Joe Clark’s full 2015 summer outlook at the National Weather Service web site.




  • Pat Batcheller
    Pat Batcheller is a host and Senior News Editor for 101.9 WDET, presenting local news, traffic and weather updates during Morning Edition. He is an amateur musician.