A storm is bringing a mix of rain and sleet to Michigan, leaving hazardous driving conditions in its wake.
Detroit has a chance to set a new weather record. All we need is a little more precipitation, and we’re getting our share as 2011 goes out with a splash.
They are still mopping up in Dundee from flooding along the River Raisin, but it is an improving picture.
Storms brought heavy snow to parts of southern Michigan overnight, leaving thousands of residents and businesses without power.
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.
Keep your umbrella at the ready.
It could start to get a little stormy, as the National Weather Service says an unstable airmass will invade the state, causing heavy downfalls and windy gusts.
For the second time in less than a month, some Lincoln Park residents are dealing with flooded basements. They reject the claims of City Councilman Thomas Murphy that the flooding was caused by an ‘act of God.’
One neighborhood near downtown Lansing is more like a lake, Thursday, after feet of water flooded the streets.