A reported lightning strike creates a rude awakening for an Oakland County family.
If you’re spotting a flurry of cottonwood seeds around or stuck to your air-conditioning unit — don’t ignore it.
A second wave of thunderstorms moved across metro Detroit Wednesday, knocking out power to more than 50,000 homes and businesses.
There were reports of heavy rain, trees falling, power lines down and even a funnel cloud, early Wednesday evening.
Forecasters say the potential for flooding will increase Wednesday as rain continues to fall.
A hot night got a little hotter for thousands of DTE Energy customers who lost power Tuesday evening.
AccuWeather says damaging winds, downpours, flooding and large hail are possible.
If you’re going to be out and about in metro Detroit on Wednesday, don’t forget to bring an umbrella.
More rain expected as we make our way toward the Memorial Day weekend.
Multiple power lines were brought down by heavy winds. One home was hit by a fallen tree.