Posted by The Huron Hub
Sunday, March 29, 2020
Posted 1:30 PM EST
Sunday’s high winds are starting to cause power outages in the township.
As of 1:30 p.m. Sunday, there are over 100 DTE customers without power in Huron, according to the DTE outage map website.
Visit this link for the outage map.
Here is a screen shot of the current areas that are without power at the time this article was published:
DTE outage map in Huron Township shows the current power outages. The green section represents 116 customers without power, the purple section is under 10 customers without power.
There is a
wind advisory through 8 p.m. this evening.
Southwest sustained winds of 25 mph with gusts up to 45 mph are expected.
Weather alert posted by The Huron Hub
Saturday, March 28, 2020
4:15 PM EST
Southeast Michigan is facing a very active weather system over the next 48 hours.
The region is under both a flood watch and a wind advisory.
Scattered storms and downpours are expected Saturday night through Sunday morning.
On Sunday, wind gusts could reach nearly 50 mph during the day.
See the weather slides below from the National Weather Service for more details.
(Scott Bolthouse—The Huron Hub)
Updated March 29, 2020: This post has been updated with current information during the COVID-19 outbreak in the state. For the most current information, please see this post: Waste Management suspends yard waste, bulk collection until further notice
Original Post by The Huron Hub on Monday, March 9, 2020
It sure was a beautiful Sunday in southeast Michigan.
You may have spent the day outside cleaning up the messy yard and wondered when yard waste pick up starts in Huron Township.
Waste Management will begin yard waste pick up on April 1 and it will run though the last week of November 2020.
Yard waste pick up is weather permitting, so if you have a lot to collect and get rid of, you should hope for the best forecasts as we head closer to spring.
Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, March 2, 2020
March is making a welcomed entry.
As we inch toward spring and say farewell to February, the first week of March doesn’t look too bad.
After a rainy Monday, it looks like a lot of sun and more spring-like temperatures are in the forecast.
Check it out:
Here’s the forecast for the next five days. Who else is thinking spring? (Image courtesy of National Weather Service)
Posted by The Huron Hub on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2020 — 5:00 PM
The snow is picking up as we head into the evening hours.
Southeast Michigan remains under a winter weather advisory until midnight.
Here is a special weather statement from the National Weather Service in Detroit with more info:
Issued by National Weather Service Detroit, MI 4:15 PM EST Wed, Feb 26, 2020
…Winter Weather Advisory in Effect…
Increasing northerly winds is drawing colder air into the region, causing temperatures to fall through the 20s. This along with falling snow is allowing snow to more effectively stick to road surfaces. Light to occasionally moderate snow will persist through the evening rush. Snowfall rates may reach a half inch per hour. between 4 PM and 8 PM around an inch or two additional snow accumulation is expected. Drivers will need to use caution this evening as road conditions continue to deteriorate.
(Huron Hub file photo)
Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020 — 3:15 PM EST
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for southeast Michigan.
The watch is active from late Tuesday night through late Wednesday night.
4 to 8 inches of snow is forecasted for southeast Michigan.
NWS says the exact location of the heaviest snow across southeast Michigan still carries some uncertainty at this time.
There is likely to be minor adjustments made to forecast total snow over the next 24 hours, forecasters said.
Travel, especially on Wednesday, could be hazardous during the morning and evening commutes.
Posted by The Huron Hub on Monday, Feb. 24, 2020
After a beautiful weekend (especially Sunday where temperatures reached into the 50s) it looks like Michigan’s spring tease is over.￼
Winter returns this week with snow and cold temps.
So far, forecasters are not able to pin down the exact path of Tuesday’s snow event and which areas of the state will get hit the hardest.
Here is a briefing from the National Weather Service in Detroit: