Single-digit temperatures, icy pavement and light snow greeted metro Detroit commuters on this back to work and school Monday — and much more snow is on the way.
So how do you know if it’s the flu or the common cold?
Although concerns are mounting across the nation of Ebola exposure, doctors fear the focus could be diverting attention from another potential threat: the flu.
Parents should be prepared for a new virus that is infecting the Midwest and looking to sweep the nation.
If you’re wishing for some relief to the dangerously cold temperatures metro Detroit has been experiencing for what feels like months now — forecasters are warning you shouldn’t hold your breath.
It’s cold outside, which is why it’s so important people lucky enough to have warm homes donate to the annual THAW campaign, which provides life-saving heat for those in metro Detroit who could otherwise go without.
Are you trying to avoid getting sick with either a cold or the flu? One of your best methods of defense is actually something that you should be doing everyday anyway.
Metro Detroiters better get ready to bundle up! Hands down, AccuWeather.com’s long-range experts agree that the Midwest and Great Lakes region will be dealt the worst of winter this year.
It’s going to be windy and turning colder overnight with a shower around here early Sunday morning, low temperature of 37 degrees, we’re going to have a windy Sunday.
Spring is here, but don’t pack away your winter coats just yet. Michigan is facing record-low temperatures for this time of year.