Rain moves in, then storms overnight in Metro Detroit: Flooding is biggest risk

Severe weather outlook at 2:45 p.m. on June 6, 2022. (NOAA)

DETROIT – Here’s a look at the weather for June 6, 2022 and beyond:

Showers/storms through tomorrow morning

  • Rain out to the west and southwest are moving closer and will impact your drive home.
  • Showers hang around through sunset, then we see a quick break in the action before more storms arrive overnight.
  • After midnight through the late morning hours Tuesday is when we see our best chance for showers and storms, some of which could be strong to severe.
  • Biggest threats are strong winds and flooding, with flooding being the bigger concern.
  • Some of us will get over an inch of rain over a few hours stretch, so streams/creeks/rivers will be on the rise.
  • Flood Watch in effect for most of southeast Michigan 5pm Monday – 8am Tuesday.

Few showers Wednesday

  • Another system brings us a few showers Wednesday, but doesn’t look like we’ll see much nor any severe weather.

Late Week Rain Chances

  • The third system of the week drops rain mainly to our south, but right now it looks like we’ll get clipped… so we’re keeping the chances in the forecast.

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