It’s looking like a white Christmas is pretty much a sure thing in parts of northern Michigan, where a Winter Storm Warning takes effect Thursday morning.
All-time highs for March were set this week in Detroit, Flint, Saginaw and other communities … but the warm weather won’t last.
Accuweather’s Dave Bowers tells WWJ that the entire Newsradio 950 listening area was under a tornado watch but that has been cancelled.
Detroit has a chance to set a new weather record. All we need is a little more precipitation, and we’re getting our share as 2011 goes out with a splash.
A flood watch is in effect for Metro Detroit through Tuesday evening. A winter storm watch goes into effect for Livingston, Oakland, Washtenaw and Lenawee counties tonight.
Ready or not, the first accumulating snow of the season is coming. Meantime, flooding is possible beginning tonight.
The next few days are going to feel a lot more like fall.
Keep your umbrella at the ready.
Expect another scorcher, as temperatures are expected to rise into the 90′s for the fourth straight day.
Multiple reports of ominous clouds, high winds and large hail rolled in, early Wednesday evening, as severe storms blew across the state.
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