LIVE UPDATES: Winter storm moving through Michigan this weekend
DETROIT – A winter storm is bringing dangerous rain, ice and snow to Michigan this weekend.
Flooding is the main concern in Metro Detroit. Ice and power outages are the biggest concerns north of M-59 and into Southern Central and Western Michigan.
- DTE Energy: Thousands of customers without power across SE Michigan
- Photos of sites hit by heavy rainfall across Metro Detroit
- Ben Bailey: Timing out the rest of storm, update on ice and flooding
Track the latest updates with live radar, updated weather warnings and alerts, and updates from the Local 4Casters in the video player above.
Winter Storm Watch, flooding concerns
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Saturday through Sunday morning for these areas, as ice thicknesses could be near one-half inch, which would be a crippling ice storm.
A Ice Storm Warning is in effect for areas north of M-59, including Oakland, Lapeer, Livingston, St. Clair, Sanilac and Genesee counties until 7 a.m. on Sunday.
A Flood Warning is in effect for small streams and urban areas north of M-59, including Oakland, Lapeer, Livingston, St. Clair, Sanilac and Genesee counties until 10 a.m. on Sunday.
- Winter storm in Michigan: Putting this weekend’s ice storm in perspective
- Updated Weather Alerts
- Weather Center (detailed forecasts)
- Michigan Weather Radar
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