A late-spring storm front is blowing its way across Michigan, leaving thousands of metro Detroit homes and businesses without power.
CBS 62 Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus tells WWJ that we’re coming out of one of the warmest Springs ever and the warm patttern doesn’t look like it will let up.
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“Those residing in or planning travel to southeast Michigan Tuesday night through Wednesday should carefully monitor the weather forecast,” the Weather Service said in a press release.
WWJ-TV Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus said commuters should expect the bad stuff to hit at 7 p.m. Thursday, the tail end of the afternoon commute, and start again in time for the Friday morning commute.
The unseasonably warm weather is the opposite of national weather predictions this fall that said the Great Lakes would experience a colder and wetter-than-usual winter.
The next few days are going to feel a lot more like fall.
Rain showers and thunderstorms are hitting the metro Detroit area. There is an areal flood advisory for Macomb and Wayne counties.
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