We’re tracking rain showers and storms expected to move through Southeast Michigan on Sunday, April 24.
June marks nearly one year since a massive rainstorm dumped several inches of rain down on Metro Detroit.
Rain and thunderstorms are expected to move through Southeast Michigan on Sunday afternoon and into the nighttime hours, and those storms could pose some hazards.
A wind advisory is in effect through Thursday afternoon in Metro Detroit, with gusts of up to 50 mph possible, bringing the possibility of power outages.
Strong winds moved through Southeast Michigan on Saturday, knocking out power for thousands of residents across the area.
A high wind watch has been issued for Sunday morning in Southeast Michigan.
We’re tracking rain as it moves through Southeast Michigan on Sunday, March 6, as well as snow as it moves through the region on Monday, March 7 and into March 8.
Health officials have closed Independence Lake beach after water testing revealed high levels of E. coli.
On Friday, the organization announced that those with uninsured or underinsured home damage can register for assistance
Residents wishing to get rid of items damaged by flooding can request free pickup from the city.