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.
They are still mopping up in Dundee from flooding along the River Raisin, but it is an improving picture.
The National Weather Service says flooding that damaged buildings and closed roads in southeastern Michigan is expected to continue through the weekend.
Flooding continues to be a problem in parts of Southeast Michigan as a result of Tuesday’s heavy rains.
After being shutdown for more than a day, the northbound and southbound lanes of the Southfield Freeway, M-39, reopened Wednesday night.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect as Tuesday’s flooding rain changes to wet snow, with 1 to 3 inches expected by morning.
About 35,000 DTE Energy customers lost power on Tuesday due to the heavy rain as we wrap up the wettest year in Detroit since 1990.
Reporting in Dearborn Heights, WWJ’s Marie Osborne said several streets were under about 5 to 6 feet of water.
Angry Lincoln Park residents could learn Monday night if they’ll get any sort of help from the city, after two rounds of flooding left dozens of basements flooded.