🌌 Did you catch the Northern Lights in Michigan? This amazing moment was captured by @mark_o_foto on Instagram near Crisp Point Light in the Upper Peninsula on Saturday. 🌌
We hope you had a great Labor Day! Tuesday will be the warmest day of the week, as we head into the mid 80s. Rain and thunderstorms will begin to fire just after dinner time and last for several hours around Metro Detroit. We'll be tracking the latest all day in the weather office.
Check the latest forecast at ClickOnDetroit.com/WeatherCenter.
🚧 Traffic: I-696 service drive project begins Tuesday
Lane closures on the westbound service drive between Southfield Road and the westbound I-696 exit ramp will be in place to allow concrete pavement and concrete curb repairs starting Tuesday.
🚧 Check the live Traffic Map here.
Most schools will open for the new year on Tuesday, which means a return to normal routines for busy families. As always, Local 4 News will get your ready with your forecast and traffic from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. before you head out. And you can always track school closings here.
Hurricane Dorian, one of the most powerful storms in modern history, is continuing up the Florida coast after causing catastrophic damage to the Bahamas on Sunday and Monday. Watch live coverage of the storm here.
The Andrew Lloyd Webber classic will open a short run at the Fisher Theatre tonight. It first premiered back in 1981 at New London Theatre. Grab tickets here.
"Light It Blue" is a national effort to raise disease awareness and support for men affected by prostate cancer. The blue lights will serve as a visual reminder that prostate cancer continues to affect 1 in 9 men. The Karmanos Cancer Institute is one of many U.S. landmarks across 50 states (and the District of Columbia) that will be lit blue to signify unity and to support research efforts in finding a cure for prostate cancer.
🗓️ Here's what's on the calendar:
- Sept. 6 -- Fall Festival in Downtown Plymouth
- Sept. 6 -- Kid Rock kicks off two weekends at DTE
- Sept. 7 -- Dally in the Alley in Midtown 🍻
- Sept. 7 -- Jonas Brother at LCA
- Sept. 8 -- Detroit Lions open season in Arizona 🏈
- Sept. 13 -- Great American Lobster Fest in Detroit
- Sept. 14 -- 18th Annual Tour de Troit 🚴
- Sept. 17 -- Detroit Red Wings begin preseason vs. Chicago
- Sept. 28 -- Avril Lavigne at Fox Theatre
Check the Live Guide calendar for more local events, and post your own.
Today in 1999: Phil Collins tops the Billboard charts 📻
20 years ago, Phil Collins had another No. 1 hit song atop the Billboard charts with "You'll Be In My Heart," which first topped the charts in May 1999. The Backstreet Boys hit "I Want It That Way" knocked the Phil Collins hit off the top eventually. What a time to be alive.
Hear ye, hear ye! We are now offering $5 off tickets to the Renaissance Festival! This year's festival runs weekends and Labor Day, Aug. 17 to Sept. 29. The fun all happens at 12600 Dixie Hwy, Holly, MI 48442.
Adventure awaits! Purchase your discounted tickets here!
Today's featured photo: Did you catch the Northern Lights in Michigan? This amazing moment was captured by @mark_o_foto on Instagram near Crisp Point Light in the Upper Peninsula on Saturday.
"Along the northern shores of Michigan's upper peninsula, down a 19-mile dirt/sand mixed road barely wide enough for 2 cars to pass, sits Crisp Point Light. We arrived just before sunset giving us time to scope out the area before the dark skies set in and the Northern Lights started to dance! It was a long day, very late night, but worth every minute."
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