LIVE RADAR: Tracking the risk for severe weather in Metro Detroit
DETROIT This live event has concludedA cold front is expected to stall out over Metro Detroit on Tuesday night and there could be showers and storms through the evening. Metro Detroit is in a marginal risk for severe weather and a strong wind gust isnt out of the question. The more likely threat will come from downpours hitting the same locations more than once. Click here to read Ben Baileys full forecast.
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Metro Detroit weather: Severe storms, damaging winds, hail possible -- May 14, 2020, noon update
Metro Detroit weather: Severe storms, damaging winds, hail possible -- May 14, 2020, noon updatePublished: May 14, 2020, 12:16 pmThunderstorm chances increase this afternoon into the evening as a warm front creeps northward across the area. This brings in a warmer, more humid air mass, which is more unstable and prone to thunderstorm development.
LIVE RADAR: Rain, storms rolling through Metro Detroit
We’re tracking waves of rain and potentially severe storms in Metro Detroit through this evening. Thunderstorm chances increase this afternoon into the evening as a warm front creeps northward across the area. One thing to monitor is a cluster of severe storms that may develop today in the southern Iowa area and potentially track this way. You can follow this yourself, of course, on the free Local4Casters weather app’s radar. The biggest window for severe storm development is between 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Severe weather in Metro Detroit: Track live radar, updates from Ben Bailey
DETROIT – Severe weather is expected on Tuesday night across Southeast Michigan. (Track live radar and live updates from Ben Bailey in the video player above)10:15 p.m. update: Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect for all of southeast Michigan, with the exception for Sanilac County. Remember a Severe Thunderstorm Watch means conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms. Interior room at the lowest level is the safest place you could be during a severe weather event. Latest weather alerts in Southeast Michigan:A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for all of Southeast Michigan until 1 a.m. on Wednesday.
LIVE RADAR: Tracking snowmaker moving through Southeast Michigan
We’re expecting several inches of snow around Metro Detroit on Monday. We have light snow around during the early morning hours and it will get heavier at times today creating very tricky travel conditions. Most of Metro Detroit is in a Winter Weather Advisory for 3-6” of snow creating dangerous travel all day today and it lasts until midnight. Parts of the thumb in our North Zone is under a Winter Storm Warning for 5-10” of snow and blowing snow. Be careful driving today, and be watchful of those other cars out there that may not heed our warnings.
Metro Detroit weather: Relief from heat, humidity after holiday
DETROIT - Heat and humidity will hang around Metro Detroit through the holiday, but relief might arrive sooner than we anticipated. The 4 Live Radar has been tracking a couple of thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon in Southeast Michigan, but so far the severe weather has remained south. We technically still have a marginal risk for severe weather, but the likelihood is pretty low. For the Fourth of July on Thursday, we cant escape the outside chance at a thunderstorm, with nearly identical heat and humidity from days before. Friday is our one last day in this pattern with scattered afternoon thunderstorms and highs near 90 degrees.
Metro Detroit weather: Large hail, severe thunderstorms possible Friday evening
DETROIT - Thunderstorms are still becoming severe Friday evening. Large hail is the primary threat. Weve already received reports of quarter-sized hail from storms earlier today. 4 Live Radar is indicating that storms in our North Zone are capable of producing ping pong ball sized hail. A damaging wind gust cant be ruled out, but hail is what has us most concerned.