We’re in for a warm-up this weekend, with temperatures possibly topping the 60 mark. A good chance for rain Sunday and Sunday night.
Rain and snow showers are possible today, tonight and early Friday.
Wednesday marks the 63rd anniversary of the deadliest tornado outbreak in Michigan's history.
Dry and sunny weather is expected today, although winds will be gusty from the west. There is a chance for light rain, possibly even mixing with some snow, tonight and Thursday.
A band of rain showers will work across all of Lower Michigan this afternoon and evening. Rain and snow amounts will be light.
Warming trend begins Monday.
A little rain and cooler temps are in store for this weekend.
Precipitation returns tonight into Saturday with a chance for some measurable snow in central lower Michigan and mostly rain in far southern lower Michigan.
Ugh! Is that the possibility of snow in the forecast for Friday night and Saturday?
It’s Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan. A statewide tornado drill is scheduled for 1 p.m. today.
More sunshine today and Wednesday.
A chance for rain later today and tonight.
Warmer and drier weather is expected for the weekend, until Sunday evening.
A solar flare was spotted Wednesday. Now we wait for the energy to reach the atmosphere.
Today will be blustery and raw with wind chills in the 20s. Much more pleasant conditions are expected Saturday and Sunday, with ample opportunities to soak up the sun.