Metro Detroit weather: Rain remains Thursday night, Friday and even part of this weekend
A second round of rain has arrived tonight for Detroit and Southeast Michigan. This is the second of multiple occasions of showers for the day to day and a half. Showers and thunderstorms are possible tomorrow. Although the threat of severe weather has shifted away from the region, nasty weather is still possible. Once it becomes drier, it becomes cooler this weekend. Then it gets milder, again, by the middle of next week.
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: Showers leave, skies brighten and temperatures rise Sunday afternoon
Showers are becoming more scattered and leave by early afternoon. Once a warm front passes it becomes warmer later in the afternoon with brighter conditions. Tonight will be mild and dry. Tomorrow will be even warmer.
Metro Detroit weather: Wet, murky Sunday morning then brighter and much warmer conditions arrive
We start with murky and mild conditions again. Ahead of a warm front, showers arrive for the morning and middle of the day. We will not have a washout because the damp weather passes and brighter, much warmer conditions arrive. It will feel like late spring today and summer tomorrow.
Metro Detroit weather: August begins with scattered showers and storms Sunday
It is a brand new day and month. There will be some showers today, but also periods of dryness as well. With all the cloud cover it will be cooler than average. The rain leaves by this evening and tonight as it gets cooler. Warmer, more summer like weather returns tomorrow and all of this week.
Chicago, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek in mid-level severe storm, isolated tornado, large hail threat for Father’s Day
The Storm Prediction Center has outlined an area across southern Lower Michigan that could have severe thunderstorms. The Storm Prediction Center says the initial thunderstorms early Sunday afternoon could be “large to very large” hail producers. The large hail forecast below shows a black hatched area, which is the most likely area for large hail. Only the southwest corner of Lower Michigan has a significant threat of large hail. (Source: Storm Prediction Center)The Storm Prediction Center does put the southern third of Lower Michigan in a chance of isolated tornadoes.mlive.com
Breaking Weather: An actual thunderstorm and useful rain is likely over southern Michigan
A concentrated and fairly large clump of thunderstorms should move across the southern half of Lower Michigan late tonight and early Friday morning. It’s not going to be so big and so solid of an area of thunderstorms that I can say everyone will get a great rain. There should also be a couple of streaks of one-inch plus rains across the southern half of Lower Michigan. The main threat would be in the southeast third of Lower Michigan, according to the Storm Prediction Center’s severe weather outlook. In fact, the highest chance of severe thunderstorms in Michigan lies in the far southeast corner of Lower Michigan.mlive.com
Severe thunderstorms threaten East Coast
Severe thunderstorms threaten East Coast Severe thunderstorm watches are in effect from Connecticut to North Carolina as severe weather threatens the East Coast. Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist at CBS station WBZ in Boston, has the latest forecast.cbsnews.com