It’s been feeling more like winter than spring in metro Detroit lately and now, we have a record to prove it.
Just when we thought the winter doldrums were gone for good, Mother Nature is throwing metro Detroit a curve ball.
Friday is going to be a windy one in metro Detroit but once that passes, the forecast is looking gorgeous for the weekend.
Michigan authorities blame lightning strikes for a mobile home fire, a fire place explosion and a tree striking a house.
Metro Detroit could be in for some windy, severe weather Thursday into Friday.
A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 9 a.m. Friday, with visibilities less than a quarter-mile.
Luckily, the snow isn’t here to stay. Warmer temperatures are to return as the week goes forward.
It’s a one-two finish for Michigan in the race to be the snowiest “non-mountainous” city across the U.S. this past winter.
Sirens were originally installed throughout the city more than 35 years ago, but vandalism, copper line theft and closure or demolition of buildings housing the sirens left fewer than 20 in service.
Just how cold is it in metro Detroit?