Metro Detroit Flooding - August, 2014Torrential storms with record-breaking rainfall passed over metro Detroit, causing flash-floods that trapped thousands of motorists on freeways.
Sunday Storm Leaves Damage In Its WakeHeavy rain and large hail hit the Metro Detroit area causing outages and leaving damage in its wake.
Late Summer Storm DamageA storm system rolled through the metro Detroit area after two days of severe heat, knocking down trees and power lines.
Thunderstorms Flood The Metro AreaSevere thunderstorms brought flooding to the Metro area in early July.
Late June Storms Cause Damage, FloodingSevere storms swept through southeastern Michigan on June 27, knocking down trees and power lines, and flooding several areas.
Spring Storm Whips Through StateWWJ received reports of trees uprooted in Oakland Township and near Oxford as well as near Davison in Lapeer County.
February Snowfall In Metro DetroitA major storm hitting the Midwest clipped the state on Feb. 22, bringing snowfall to Metro Detroit and other parts of Michigan.
February Snowfall In Metro DetroitMetro Detroiters woke up to a few inches of snow covering the ground on Feb. 8.
Metro Detroit Storm DamageAfter strong rain showers and wind, parts of the Metro Detroit area surveys the damage including Palmer Woods, and the intersection of 7 Mile and W. Woodward Ave.
Rainbows, Hail, Lightning And Snow! Detroiters Share Weather PhotosMichigan experiences extreme weather. From blizzards to heat waves and everything in between we've got it all. Our viewers send us photos from time to time and we'll save them here.
Flooding Follows Early May DownpourCrews are pumping out water from some spots in Flint and Harrison Twp., hit hard by storms the night of May 3rd.
Flood Waters Drench Ann Arbor Cleanup efforts are underway in Ann Arbor, where flooding waters have drenched local residences. Photos by WWJ Newsradio 950's Vickie Thomas.
Tornadoes Rip Through MichiganMore than 100 homes were damaged in the aftermath of three reported tornadoes that ripped through Washtenaw, Monroe and Lapeer counties on March 15, 2012.
Winter 2012 Snow StormsThe winter of 2011-2012 was one of the least snowiest on record. But, that doesn't mean the Metro Detroit area didn't see its fair share of snow.