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Hold on to your hat, because it’s a gusty night in Metro Detroit.
The National Weather Service says flooding that damaged buildings and closed roads in southeastern Michigan is expected to continue through the weekend.
The National Weather Service says a weak tornado touched down about a mile northeast of Temperance.
Forecasters say wind gusts of 60 miles per hour and heavy rain is possible. Thunderstorm Watch posted until midnight.
AccuWeather Meteorologist Jim Kosek says these storms are our chance for a bit of cool-down.
As the extreme heat has started to cool down — where does it stack up in relation to historical scorchers? The local NWS office has crunched the numbers.
DTE Energy said there are about 48,000 homes and businesses without power in Oakland, Monroe and Livingston Counties.
Fast-moving storms tore across Michigan Monday, leaving a trail of downed trees and power outages in their wake.
Multiple reports of ominous clouds, high winds and large hail rolled in, early Wednesday evening, as severe storms blew across the state.
The National Weather Service has issues a severe thunderstorm watch, in effect for all of Michigan until midnight, Tuesday.