It’s been nearly a week since severe storms rocked Metro Detroit, but the aftermath continues for many area residents.
The rain-swollen Grand River in West Michigan rose to above-record levels, driving hundreds of people from their homes and flooding parts of downtown Grand Rapids amid efforts to hold back the waters.
The American Red Cross has been responding to flooding situations throughout the state — due to the heavy rains.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the entire WWJ listening area with 2 to 4 inches of rain expected.
Almost 100 University of Michigan students were displaced after flooding in the North Quad dorm.
A leak in a 10 million gallon water tank caused quite a stir for residents of a Livonia neighborhood.
Weather forecasters say the spring-like and record-breaking temperatures that came in Tuesday are ending Wednesday. And the corresponding 30-degree drop will turn rain into snow.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for southeast Michigan, in effect through Wednesday morning.
Dozens of residents at an apartment complex in Detroit received a rude awakening overnight when pipes burst on the upper floors, sending water cascading into their homes below.
The Secretary of State “Super Center” at 16 Mile Road and Gratiot in Clinton Township is closed and could remain closed through September.