Category Archives: Weather

Final round of severe storms possible this afternoon

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Posted by The Huron Hub on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 — 8:00 AM

It’s been a stormy week in Michigan.

Severe thunderstorms on Wednesday bring heavy rain, high winds to parts of the state

Today will bring the third and final round of a severe weather possibility here in southeast Michigan this week, according to the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center.

Severe weather is possible in southeast Michigan after 2 p.m.

This includes high winds, hail, and downpours.

After today, summer-like temperatures and several dry days are in the forecast beginning on Saturday and lasting through next week.

(Severe weather forecast from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center for Friday, September 13, 2019)



Severe weather possible through 10 p.m. tonight

Posted Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019

There’s a risk for severe weather this afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service.

NWS in Detroit says storms, including downpours, strong winds, and hail, are possible between 2 and 10 p.m.

Here’s a weather info graphic:

Summer-like temperatures to return this week

Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019

Hopefully you didn’t power down the air conditioner just yet.

As the summer season starts to transition to more fall-like temperatures, we have to remember that some days in September can still get pretty toasty.

The week ahead will feature a mixture of steamy temps, rain and showers, sunny weather, and some 70 degree days.

Nighttime lows are also forecasted to be a roller coaster ride this week.

Check out the forecast:

‘Slight risk’ for severe weather Tuesday evening

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Posted Monday, Sept. 3, 2019 – 12:00 p.m.

There is a slight risk for severe weather Tuesday evening.

The main risk looks to be between 5 p.m. and midnight.

An isolated tornado, strong winds, and hail could be possible with any passing storm this evening.

Here is an informative weather graphic from The National Weather Service in Detroit:

‘Polar coaster’ winter is coming, according to the Farmers’ Almanac

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By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub |

Published August 27, 2019 — 9:00 a.m. EST 

If you were hoping for a mild forecast for the upcoming winter season, you may be out of luck.

The Farmers’ Almanac, which provides 16 months of weather forecasts for seven zones in the U.S., is predicting what they are calling a “polar coaster” for much of the nation.

The Almanac says frequent freefalling precipitation as well as strong and gusty winds are forecasted for most of the winter.

January 4–7 and 12–15 could, depending on where you live, mean copious amounts of snow, rain, sleet, and ice.

“The biggest drop—with the most freefalling, frigid temperatures—is forecasted to take hold from the northern Plains into the Great Lakes,” the Almanac said.

After last year’s rough winter, it’s hard to imagine it can get any worse.

According to the Farmers’ Almanac’s winter prediction, the coldest outbreak of the season should arrive during the final week of January and last through the beginning of February.

The Almanac also calls for above-normal winter precipitation over the eastern third of the country as well as the Great Plains, Midwest, and the Great Lakes.

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Severe weather possible Sunday afternoon and evening

Posted Sunday, August 18, 2019

Severe weather is possible today, especially during the afternoon hours, according to the National Weather Service.

Here is a message from NWS Detroit:

Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected this afternoon and evening, with scattered severe storms possible. The main threat will be damaging wind gusts up to 70 mph, but heavy downpours, hail, and frequent lightning will also be threats. The most likely timing for severe weather will be from 3 to 8 pm today. Stay alert to rapidly changing weather conditions if you have outdoor plans today and be ready to take shelter if a thunderstorm moves into your area.