DETROIT (WWJ) – Another round of severe weather could be headed for metro Detroit.

The National Weather Service on Saturday morning issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for the entire southeastern Michigan region, now in effect through next week.

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Forecasters say there’s a chance of showers and thunderstorms on Saturday, with more threatening weather expected to follow. Thunderstorms on Sunday could be severe, with wind gusts around 40 miles per hour and hail up to an inch in diameter. The storms also have the potential of intense rainfall, which could lead to flooding in low-lying areas.

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The storms will linger overnight and into Monday morning before settling down a bit with scattered showers throughout the night. Conditions will be cloudy for a few days but mainly dry — until we hit the end of the week, when more storms are predicted.

Here’s a look at the local forecast from the CBS Detroit weather team:

Saturday — Overcast. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible with scattered thunderstorms throughout the night. High 77F. Low 65F.

Sunday — Mixed clouds and sun with scattered thunderstorms. A few storms may be severe. High near 85F. Low 69F.

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Monday — Scattered thunderstorms. Potential for severe thunderstorms. High 82F. Low 66F.

Tuesday — Mostly cloudy conditions. Less humid with times of sun. High 78F. Low around 60F.

Wednesday — Mainly cloudy with a chance of a stray shower. High 76F. Low 64F.

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