‘Excessive rainfall’ forecasted for the next three days

Basically: expect a lot of rain Friday and Saturday.

Posted by The Huron Hub | Thursday, July 15, 2021

The wet weather continues late this week and into the weekend.

Forecasters are calling for what they say is possible “excessive rainfall” through Saturday.

A risk for excessive rainfall exists south of a line from Ann Arbor to Detroit Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Detroit/Pontiac.

Total rainfall of 1 to 2 inches will be possible through Saturday with some potential for rainfall amounts to reach or exceed 3 inches in spots.


Follow The Huron Hub on Instagram photo-sharing service

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor

Instagram has over 300 millions users worldwide and counting!

Instagram has over 300 millions users worldwide and counting!

Huron Township is a beautiful rural-community that is picturesque in its own unique way, lending both professional and amateur photographers great nature scenes and landscapes to capture on film.

Now, you can easily share the photos of the community that you have snapped by using Instagram.

The Huron Hub will be using the photo-sharing application to share photos of the community, events, and happenings in the township, and to interact in a more visual way with readers.

Instagram was initially launched in October 2010, acquired by Facebook in April 2012, and has continued to become one of the fastest growing social media platforms in the world, accumulating over 300 million users by December 2014.

The application is available to all major operating systems by searching for it in the app store on your device.

Once you have the app (or if you’re already a user), create your own profile and search for The Huron Hub in the app’s menu to follow us, or you can visit

To have your photo shared on our profile, please tag us by typing “@HuronHub” in the description of your photo.

Share anything from photos of your flowers, garden, a stunning sunset, or maybe a photo you snapped during Applefest, the St. Stephen Festival, or during a local sporting event.