Showers and thunderstorms rolled into the Metro Detroit area Tuesday night leaving pockets of power outages and downed trees.
There is a threat of severe weather in Southeast Michigan Tuesday afternoon.
This is the season for severe weather and that’s what the northern portions of Oakland, Macomb and St. Clair Counties experienced overnight.
It will be brutally cold for the next 24 hours, with more snow to come Friday to metro Detroit.
It’s expected to begin to fall late Friday.
Experts don’t know if it will all will come sliding and tumbling down.
DTE Energy says this is one of the biggest storms of the year and it’s going to be several days before all power is restored.
Officials have confirmed two storm-related deaths in Michigan, raising to eight the toll from the heavy rain, powerful winds and tornadoes that formed across the region.
It was a busy night for firefighters across Southeast Michigan because of the gusty winds and severe weather.
Hard-hit areas include Lake Orion, Commerce, Milford and St. Clair Shores.