Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected Wednesday as the remnants of Tropical Storm Cristobal move into southeast Michigan.
As a powerful storm rolls into southeast Michigan, it's very likely many of us will see the power out as 70 MPH winds could knock out electricity.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Cristobal will arrive and it could bring some severe weather to southeast Michigan.
Heavy rain is expected Thursday into Friday and large hail is possible for some area in southern Michigan
A wind advisory is in place for Michigan on Monday as a low-pressure system blasts the area with strong winds that will likely put many of us in the dark in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Forecasters said heavy rains were expected in a band from eastern Louisiana across central parts of Mississippi and Alabama and into far west Georgia.
NASA released images showing the devastation from the bushfires burning all over Australia.
There were six active storm systems in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific regions earlier this week, tying a record for the number of combined storms in both areas, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Rain from Tropical Depression Imelda deluged parts of Texas and Louisiana on Thursday, prompting hundreds of water rescues, a hospital evacuation and road closures in areas east of Houston that were hit hard by Hurricane Harvey two years ago.
The storms are wrapping up for the night and as the cold front pushes through, it will bring much cooler weather to Metro Detroit.