DETROIT – Right now, most of SE Lower Michigan is under a Marginal Risk for severe storms tonight with concerns of damaging winds and hail after 7 p.m.
Areas from Flint into the Northern Thumb are at a higher risk for severe weather this evening.
Main concerns are high winds, hail and possible weak tornado activity. Here's a timeline:
A few morning showers possible Tuesday, but most of the wet weather will be moving on leaving us dry during the daytime tomorrow.
Temps will not be as warm as a cold front moves through keeping us in the mid to upper 50s and partly sunny most of the day tomorrow.
We should see some great weather midweek with sunshine Wednesday and temps near 40 degrees in the morning and into the upper 50s through the afternoon.
A few more clouds Thursday, but dry and mild with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. Look for warmer air to move back in Friday and Saturday with a chance for showers on Saturday. We’ll keep you posted as we get closer.