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.
Drivers were left feeling waterlogged on I-75 in Detroit Tuesday morning, as flooding closed part of the freeway.
Flint and surroundings areas were dealing with major problems after Thursday night’s heavy rains.
Flooding caused problems for morning commuters in the Detroit and Flint areas Friday.
Cleanup efforts are underway in Ann Arbor where flood waters have drenched local residences.
Flooding continues to be a problem in parts of Southeast Michigan as a result of Tuesday’s heavy rains.
Another soggy morning is drying out … making way for a hot, dry weekend.
One neighborhood near downtown Lansing is more like a lake, Thursday, after feet of water flooded the streets.