Heat Advisory Noon To Midnight Saturday For All Of Metro DetroitIt'll be the hottest weekend so far this summer if forecasters are correct.
Get Ready For A Heat Wave: 90-Degree Temps Expected This Weekend In Metro DetroitIt's been two years since we've experienced consecutive 90-degree days -- but that's about to change.
Late-Summer Scorcher In Metro DetroitIt's going to be a hot one in much of Lower Michigan.
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Humane Society: Keep Your Pets Protected From Hot WeatherWith temperatures expected to hit over 85 degrees over the next several days, the Michigan Humane Society is urging pet owners to take the necessary precautions to protect their pets from serious heat-related dangers that can result in heatstroke, or worse.
Report: Detroit Heat On Dangerous TrendA new report says the number of heat waves doubled in Detroit over the past 50 years.
NOAA: Odds Of Year Being This Hot? 1.6 MillionThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the U.S. has had the warmest 12-month period since record-keeping began in 1895.
Biz At Ice Store Goes Through Roof During Extreme HeatOne ice store in Detroit has been serving thousands and thousands of customers over the last few days as temps soar and Detroiters scramble for ways to stay cool.
Michiganders Handling A Heat WaveSoutheast Michigan is under an excessive heat watch through Friday -- and forecasters say Tuesday will be the seventh day in a row topping out over 90 degrees.
Excessive Heat Watch Through FridayAn Excessive Heat Watch has been issued, in effect Tuesday afternoon through Friday evening in Southeast Michigan.
Thousands Lose Power During Heat WaveSeveral thousand DTE Energy customers were left without power after going off the grid during extreme heat Thursday.
Temperatures Rise: Can The Power Grid Take The Heat?With a Heat Advisory in effect in southeast Michigan, it's safe to say that many people will be seeking out ways to beat the heat – including cranking up their air conditioners.