- A Flood Watch applies to Detroit and throughout Southeast Michigan from 8am to 11am Monday.
- The Lakeshore Flood Warning applies to Macomb, Monroe, and Wayne districts until 8 Tuesday.
- The Lakeshore Flood Warning applies to Sanilac and St districts. Clair until 4 pm Tuesday.
DETROIT – Welcome to Sunday, Motown.
Flooding is possible again before the day is over. It gets colder, but more rain and storms will arrive. Areas that become flooded, once again, must face more rain after today. Rain remained in the forecast earlier this week. We are out of here with spectacular weather. It becomes brighter and warmer at the beginning of Memorial Day weekend.
Sunday morning will be cloudy and cool. Temperatures start in the 40s and 50s low. East winds that constantly blow 6 to 12 mph will keep the potential for flooding high along large lakes, especially Lake Erie and Lake St. South Clair meets the Detroit River.
The sun rises at 6.10 am.
Rain and storms began to germinate and develop in places scattered throughout the region. Lighter with the highest in the middle 60s. Anyone traveling must remember the mask, gloves and safe driving skills on the highway and on the road area.
There is a marginal risk for strong to severe storms, especially south of M-59 / Hall Road, with frequent and destructive wind and hail. Swimming is a danger that can cause hydroplaning if someone is not slowing down and not careful. Homeowners will want to monitor basements, gutters and sump pumps to limit or prevent flooding. Being a good neighbor by cleaning the storm channel is a good thing to do, too.
Sunday nights can get wet too. Rain and storms will remain in the area. Temps will be at the low level of the 60s.
The sun sets at 8:50 pm
Sunday nights will get wet and, sometimes, storms. Stay light with overnight lows in the low and middle 50s.
Monday will have on and off the shower in the morning and evening. It will be cooler with afternoon temps in the low 60s.
Even Tuesday has a chance of rain, but the shower will be lighter and more widespread. Tuesday afternoon will be cool and dry with temperatures in the low 60s.
Wednesday will be brighter and brighter with partially clear skies and the highest in the middle and upper 60s.
Thursday and Friday warm up with mostly sunny skies. Daytime temperatures rose to low 70s on Thursday and to the upper 70s on Friday.
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