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We’ve turned the corner from clouds and snow, just don’t expect a huge warm-up, even with more sunshine.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) GOES-16 satellite recorded this amazing view of the snow storm that swept through the Great Lakes region this...
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Four straight days with record warmth may have spoiled us but, now that we’re back to reality, we can appreciate what a nice “normal” November day is -- and that will be ...
Those record-shattering temperatures in the 70s are gone. Now, they will be at or below normal going into the weekend.
The cold front made itself present this morning with gusty winds, rain, and scattered thunderstorms.
Just keep the beautiful weather in mind as we head back to work and back to school. Morning temps are near where our average highs should be in the upper 40s to low 50s a...
We have a realistic shot of tying or breaking three records in the next four days, and the best part is that we get plenty of sunshine alongside.
Clouds put us in the penalty box Thursday, but we’re skating free Friday through the start of next week, with many of those days in record territory.
What a weather week still in front of us! Temperatures touched the 70s on Wednesday afternoon and may reach record territory by the weekend.
When the breezes are the only thing to complain about in the forecast, I’ll consider that a win. Expect only a few minor changes to finish the week, before noticeable dif...
Today we’ll get close, but probably fall just barely short, with highs in the upper 60s (20 degrees Celsius).
A strengthening Hurricane Delta was on a course to pass by the Cayman Islands early Tuesday before hitting Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as a major storm and continuing on t...
Fall has marked its territory, but temperatures are on the upswing. We’ve got a lot of unseasonable warmth ahead, and hardly a drop of rain.
After a weekend with highs in the mid 50s (13 to 14 degrees Celsius), today begins the improvement I promised in last week’s articles.
Showers have exited the area, and we’ll start our Finally Friday with mostly sunny skies, which will then become partly cloudy for the afternoon.
Fall keeps sinking its claws into Southeast Michigan with cooler temperatures, blustery breezes and cold rain. We’re not quite to the fall-iest part of the forecast yet, ...
We’ll start our Thursday with some sunshine, clouds will increase, scattered showers will develop and become more numerous this afternoon, with a few rumbles of thunder p...
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.