Dry weather to start, but clouds, snow is expected to occur this holiday weekend in Metro Detroit
It’s a 50-50 weekend for Southeastern Michigan, with dry weather to start the weekend before winter weather and our first shovel. Snowfall moves in by the time we get to the end of the weekend on Sunday.
Reality check to hit Metro Detroit as rain, cold temperatures return to region this weekend
After some sunshine throughout our day today and much warmer-than-average temperatures, we are going to bring a reality check in terms of the forecast into the region as we head into the end of the week on Friday.
Cool, wet weather heading for Metro Detroit this weekend -- here’s what to expet
A low-pressure system is bringing rain and wind to the Great Lakes region, and another system is on its heels. Between now and the end of the weekend, some of us will have felt our first freezing temperatures of the season.
Clouds, showers continue throughout morning before tapering off Thursday afternoon in Metro Detroit
Showers continue through the morning hours before tapering off into the afternoon. We might see a peek or two of the sun right before sunset. But clouds will definitely prevail. Highs continue to be below normal in the mid to upper 60s.
Clouds sticking around until Thursday with another round of rain heading our way in Metro Detroit
Expect clouds to stick around through Thursday, and we also look at another round of rain showers heading our way late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning. High temperatures for the next few days remain below average, and we’re into the 60s by the afternoon.
Next chance for rain to occur this weekend in Metro Detroit -- here’s what to expect
Sunday is our next chance for rain as a cold front crosses the area. It now looks like more of an afternoon/evening event. But if the timing moves up, it could affect Detroit Lions tailgating. We will know more on Friday when the high-resolution data arrives for the weekend.
Partly cloudy skies, unseasonably cool temps to occur Wednesday in Metro Detroit
Partly cloudy skies Wednesday morning and a bit on the chilly side. By the afternoon, a little instability will cause clouds to thicken up a bit, especially in the northern cities up into the thumb—unseasonably cool temps with the high topping out at 76 degrees.
Thunderstorm threat remains in effect in Metro Detroit -- here’s what to expect
Until it moves through, the thunderstorm threat will remain in the forecast. Overnight lows drop into the upper 60s with the storms winding down before midnight and a few showers hanging on into the overnight and early Thursday morning.
Threat of strong to severe thunderstorms heading our way in Metro Detroit -- here’s what to expect
The Storm Prediction Center has placed the entire region under a marginal risk (1 out of 5) for severe weather on Wednesday. Damaging winds in excess of 60 mph will be the primary threat, although we can’t rule out some isolated large hail and heavy downpours as well.
Active weather continues with severe thunderstorms, heat advisory for parts of SE Michigan on Thursday
After a stormy start to our day, with some strong to severe thunderstorms earlier this this morning, we’re ending the day with some sunshine, but we are going to keep the thunderstorm chances in the forecast as we go through the next 36 hours.
Severe weather, humidity, hail set to return mid-week in Metro Detroit
After 2 p.m., expect showers and storms to start popping up. Some of these storms could reach severe limits with large hail and damaging winds. The Storm Prediction Center has placed parts of Metro Detroit under a slight risk (Level 2 of 5). The rest under a marginal risk (level 1 of 5).
Storm Prediction Center expects marginal risks for severe weather Tuesday in Metro Detroit
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has put us at a marginal risk for severe weather, at the lowest threat level. As a cold front moves through in the late afternoon and evening hours, we could see a few thunderstorm cells produce 1″ hail and winds over 60mph.
Changes arriving in Metro Detroit as showers, thunderstorms move back into region
It’s been another hot and humid day across the region, with temperatures reaching the upper 80s and lower 90s. But we’ve got some changes on the way as we head through the next 24 hours, with showers and thunderstorms moving back into the region.
Heat, humidity, isolated showers expected for Metro Detroit; Air Quality Alert extended through Wednesday
Once again, an isolated shower or two remains possible Wednesday, but like Tuesday, these will be few and far between. Most of us should stay dry. An Air Quality Alert is again in effect for most of southeast Michigan, including Monroe, Wayne, Washtenaw, Oakland, Macomb, and St. Clair counties.
Air Quality Alert extended through end of week; thunderstorms possible in Metro Detroit
The Air Quality Alert has been extended to the end of the week on Friday by the Michigan Department of Environment. Air quality readings are in the unhealthy to the very unhealthy range once again today and are expected to be in the unhealthy for sensitive groups range to the unhealthy range, with hourly readings into the very unhealthy range also possible.