Metro Detroit weather: Mild Sunday night, summer-like warmth Monday
Tonight will be mild with temperatures closer to our average highs rather than our average lows for this time or year. Tomorrow will feel more like August than October. Showers and storms return tomorrow night, and some may be nasty. It remains warmer than average most of this week. More fall-like weather will be reserved for the end of this week.
Metro Detroit weather: Warm Sunday evening, warmer Monday
Warm weather continues to influence evening and overnight conditions. Usually, we’d be using our furnaces and car heaters this time of year. This evening we can enjoy an outdoor evening stroll without a jacket then sleep safely with the windows up overnight. Tomorrow will feel more like August than October. Showers and storms return tomorrow night, and some may be nasty. It remains warmer than average most of this week.
Metro Detroit weather: Shower, some storms Thursday
The gray days of autumn continue with lingering low-hanging clouds, some fog and mist with scattered showers returning. Despite cloudiness, temperatures will be above average. As it remains warm, more rain is expected Friday, but some sunshine returns this weekend.
Severe weather cancels Bay City Commission meeting
BAY CITY, MI - A line of severe storms that pushed through Bay County earlier this afternoon prompted the Bay City Commission to change its plans for the rest of the day. The city issued an alert stating that the Bay City Commission finance and policy and regular meetings scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 7 have been postponed until the next regular meeting date of Monday, Sept. 20. Multiple reports of downed wires and trees were reported to Bay County Central Dispatch due to the storm. The finance and policy meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 20 with the regular meeting slated to start at 6:30 p.m. that evening. An agenda for the Sept. 20 meeting has not been released at this time.mlive.com
Severe storm arc with possible tornadoes stretches into Michigan’s Upper Peninsula tonight, may shift south into Lower Sunday
The severe storms are located in the Dakotas and Minnesota currently at 2 p.m. Saturday. The severe weather forecast from the Storm Prediction Center shows the expected arc of severe storms. Severe thunderstorm forecast through 8 a.m. Sunday shows the highest threat in the Enhanced area over the far western U.P. Severe storms are already developing in northern Lower Michigan as of 2:00 p.m. The Storm Prediction Center right now has only a marginal risk of severe thunderstorms across Lower Michigan.mlive.com
Severe weather set-up plugging away toward Michigan over next few days
In fact, the first area to get severe storms will be the Upper Peninsula and far northern Lower Michigan. Southern Lower Michigan could get in on severe storms Saturday night, or more likely Sunday afternoon and evening. We are going to have to give you the severe weather forecast one day at a time. Severe weather forecast for 8 a.m. Friday to 8 a.m. Saturday. Plan on the second half of Sunday likely being the stormiest time of the weekend for southern Lower Michigan.mlive.com
Family seeks charges against Minneapolis cop in fatal chase
The family of an innocent motorist who was killed when a Minneapolis police officer crashed into him while chasing a suspect called Friday for the officer to be fired and prosecuted. The crash this week fatally injured Leneal Frazier, 40, an uncle of Darnella Frazier, the teenager who was given a special citation by the Pulitzer Prizes for recording cellphone video of George Floyd’s arrest and death last year. Police have said Officer Brian Cummings had his lights and siren activated Tuesday as he pursued a suspect in a carjacking and several robberies, and that the suspect ran a red light just before Cummings crashed into Frazier's vehicle in a residential neighborhood.news.yahoo.com
Deadly storms cause destruction across East Coast
Violent storms that pummeled the East Coast overnight are moving off the New England coast. The powerful stretch of storms is responsible for at least eight deaths in the South. Several tornadoes ripped through Virginia, killing four. Chip Reid reports from Waverly, south of Richmond, where a state of emergency is in place.cbsnews.com
Swamped by storms: Intense flooding overwhelms Tennessee and Arkansas
Swamped by storms: Intense flooding overwhelms Tennessee and Arkansas Weekend downpours along the Mississippi River flooded a mobile home park in Memphis and forced 150 residents to flee to shelters. WREG's Molly Smith reports.cbsnews.com
Severe storms move across Central Plains
Severe storms move across Central Plains The Central Plains and the Mississippi Valley are bracing for severe storms. Parts of Northern Colorado have seen a funnel cloud touch down, and portions of Kansas have already seen significant hail and a tornado. Vinita Nair reports.cbsnews.com