Hail, high winds, and strong storm potential for Southeast Michigan Sunday

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have expired for Livingston County, but we're not done with the rain yet.

Heavy rain is moving through Oakland and Wayne counties overnight with wind gusting up to 30 mph. Isolated storms will take us through Sunday morning too. 

Hot and humid conditions Sunday will prevail on a gusty southwest wind setting the stage for yet another round of storms.

A cold front will move through Sunday afternoon and evening. The cold front passage will bring another opportunity for severe weather. Heavy rain, the potential for flooding and gusty winds.

A Small Craft Advisory goes into effect for the Lake St. Clair and the Michigan waters of Lake Erie Sunday from noon until 10pm. Winds could gust up to 28 knots with waves near 3 feet.

Following the frontal passage, it will be cooler and less humid Monday before more heat, humidity and the threat of storms return by midweek.

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