More rain and storms Wednesday

Flooding may be a threat in some areas

By Brandon Roux - Meteorologist, Segment Reporter/Producer
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DETROIT - We are seeing more rain and thundershowers moving in from the west early this morning. Early indications are for most of the rain to hit south of I-94, leaving scattered showers, muggy, and overcast conditions for most of you.

It's going to be another humid day and with partly sunny skies, highs will hit the mid to upper 80s with a heat index near 90 degrees or warmer by mid afternoon. We will see more scattered pop up showers and storms during the peak heating of the afternoon and evening.

Very few isolated showers may produce damaging winds, but the bigger threat may be flooding. This just means that those who get the rain, mainly south of I-94, will likely see it come down in buckets at times. The Severe Storm risk right now is in extreme southern Michigan along our southern borders.

Thursday will start a little soggy with lingering showers but then the rain becomes more miss than hit throughout the day. Highs will still be in the low 80s with a presence of humidity still lingering. Friday will be less humid and more comfortable as a cool front sweeps through the area.


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