Marginal risk for severe weather in Metro Detroit tonight

Strong winds, hail, tornado possible

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:

Tuesday forecast:

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.

Wednesday forecast:

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.

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