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We’re stuck below normal for a good stretch including Halloween, and there are some big changes to Thursday’s forecast because of Hurricane Zeta.
Showers and rumbles Wednesday evening will lead to more rain Thursday, and we’re still staring at a frosty start to our first weekend in October.
It’s the last day of September, and we actually have some gusty thunderstorms to watch out for this afternoon.
After a break from the rain Tuesday, it’s coming back for the next two days as temperatures continue to drop and the wind picks up.
The curtain has fallen on summer’s encore. We’ve entered a very autumnal phase that will take us well into October.
It’s a very nice start but a little cooler than yesterday as we are seeing more 40s to low 50s early around Metro Detroit.
We’re not done with this goodness just yet, but we can see the end, and it’s a doozy.
A layer of clouds is moving over SE Lower Michigan early this Thursday morning, but no rain leaking from these clouds.
Fall continues to masquerade as summer in Metro Detroit, but dry conditions will persist a bit longer. Enjoy it, then prepare for a rude awakening next week.
Our best shot at rain this week is coming Tuesday night, but it’s not the only chance. Also, this summer heat and humidity won’t be around much longer.
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The National Weather Service has issued a thunderstorm watch for Genesee, Lenawee, Livingston and Washtenaw counties until 2 a.m. Saturday.
The severe thunderstorm warning issued for Genesee County expired at 6 p.m. Friday.
The severe thunderstorm warning for Washtenaw County expired at 3:30 p.m. Friday.
Thunderstorm chances will last into the weekend, accompanied by a warm and humid Friday finish. But relief is just around the corner.