(WJBK) - After a soggy, stormy weekend, rain is back in the forecast Monday.
Heavy rains are coming through the area Monday morning, but some northern spots may stay dry as the heaviest rains stick to the south.
Once we get past the a.m. hours, things will dry out through much of the afternoon. Chances of showers kick back up late afternoon, but many may not see rain until late Monday night.
Showers and storms are likely overnight, and the timeframe to watch is from 10 p.m. - 4 a.m. when severe weather is possible. The severe weather to be most concerned about is strong winds, but we could also possibly see some hail.
There's a marginal risk for severe weather in the Detroit metro area, with a higher, slight risk for severe weather more towards the south around Jackson. Severe weather isn't as likely in northern communities around Port Huron and Flint.
A Flood Watch is in effect for all of southeast Michigan until Tuesday at 8 a.m.
You can keep an eye on the weather radar throughout the day with your FOX 2 Weather App, and get updates about any weather alerts.