Metro Detroit weather: Wet, murky Sunday morning then brighter and much warmer conditions arrive
We start with murky and mild conditions again. Ahead of a warm front, showers arrive for the morning and middle of the day. We will not have a washout because the damp weather passes and brighter, much warmer conditions arrive. It will feel like late spring today and summer tomorrow.
Metro Detroit weather: Cloudy, chilly Saturday night with some fog
Tomorrow will be cloudy, chilly but dry. After a bit of sunshine the middle of next week, slippery weather, including snow, returns for Christmas Eve and part of Christmas Day. Monday afternoon will be mostly cloudy and chilly with light snow and rain returning. Wednesday will be the “mildest” day of Christmas week under mostly cloudy skies. · Track the live Michigan Weather Radar here· Track severe weather alerts here· Submit storm photos here· Find more weather forecast articles at Weather Center
Metro Detroit weather: Summer-like first fall Saturday afternoon
DETROIT – Fog has gone, but summer-like weather has not Saturday. Enjoy the warmth and sunshine because wet weather and much cooler weather is on the way. Afternoon temperatures will reach 80°F or more. Rain showers are possible. · Track the live Michigan Weather Radar here· Track severe weather alerts here· Submit storm photos here· Find more weather forecast articles at Weather Center
Photos of New York City quieted by coronavirus
Fog envelops the Manhattan skyline as the Brooklyn Bridge sits nearly empty of pedestrian traffic in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on March 20, 2020 in New York City. New York City has become the epicenter of coronavirus in the U.S with over 47,000 cases. What remains is a surreal and eerie state of quiet and calm across a city that is typically unaccustomed to life without the noise and chaos that makes up the very fabric of New York. While New York may still be the city that never sleeps, it is also a city that has been subdued, muted and left immobile. The following are photos of some of New York's most popular and iconic landmarks left empty as the city grapples with a pandemic that has already claimed over 1000 lives.cnbc.com
Dense fog advisory in effect until midnight tonight
Fog has been lingering all day in Monroe County; and forecasters say travel will become increasingly difficult in the evening. Fog has been lingering all day in Monroe County; and forecasters say travel will become increasingly difficult in the evening throughout southeast Michigan. Dense Fog AdvisoryURGENT - WEATHER MESSAGENational Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac MI217 PM EST Sun Dec 29 2019Shiawassee- Genesee- Lapeer- St. Clair- Livingston- Oakland- Macomb- Washtenaw- Wayne- Lenawee- Monroe-Including the cities of Owosso, Flint, Lapeer, Port Huron, Howell, Pontiac, Warren, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Adrian, and Monroe217 PM EST Sun Dec 29 2019...DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT EST TONIGHT...* WHAT...Visibility one quarter mile or less in dense fog. * WHEN...Until midnight EST tonight* IMPACTS...Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Travel will become increasingly difficult as fog persists and the early wintertime sunset ensues late in the afternoon. Some of the fog will be locally dense and reduce the visibility to one quarter of a mile or less.monroenews.com
Metro Detroit weather: Warmer temperatures with fog, rain chances this week
DETROIT Its snow-eater week in Southeast Michigan as sunshine coupled with warmer temperatures will take care of our early taste of winter. Fog develops Monday nightWith warmer temperatures and melting snow, there will be plenty of moisture near the surface. As temperatures cool Monday night, well see fog develop after midnight. Thanksgiving week outlookWe told you last week that Thanksgiving week will be below normal. Plan on seasonably cool temperatures for the years biggest bar night, with slightly cooler numbers on Turkey Day proper.
Fog hampers search for 11 servicemen presumed dead in helicopter crash
Fog hampers search for 11 servicemen presumed dead in helicopter crash Military rescue crews resume their search for any sign of seven Marines and four soldiers after a helicopter crashed in the Florida Panhandle. The troops were in a Black Hawk helicopter that came down Tuesday night near Eglin Air Force Base. Mark Strassmann reports from Navarre, where the weather is making the rescue effort very difficult.cbsnews.com