The Detroit News Published 6:43 p.m. UTC Sep 3, 2018 Storms moving through downtown Detroit put a damper on the Labor Day holiday fun, forcing the Detroit Jazz Festival to delay performances Monday afternoon. “Mother Nature is not in our favor this weekend. Due to another storm cell with high winds blowing our way, we are temporarily delaying all programming until the inclement weather has cleared. Stay tuned for updates,” organizers tweeted at about 1:50 p.m. The four-day festival has had bad luck with the weather thus far, having to scrap Saturday night performances because of rain. A line of thunderstorms was expected to continue to move across the Metro Detroit area until the evening hours, Meteorologist Trent Frey with the National Weather Service in White Lake said. “We are expecting heavy rainfall and lightning is possible,” Frey said. Tuesday will be much of the same, which chances for thunderstorms across Metro Detroit just in time for the first day of school for many districts. Temperatures are expected to reach the low 90s. “It’ll be another hot and muggy day tomorrow,” Frey said.