Moist, windy start to Friday

The rain and wind came in overnight as expected, and some parts of the area picked up an inch of rain as early as Friday morning, according to radar estimates. The wind has also steadily increased.

Flood advice on the shores of the lake for the coast of Lake Huron lasts until 4 p.m. on Friday.

In addition, a wind report was issued for Counties Lenawee and Monroe until 11 a.m., as the wind gusts could reach 45 miles per hour for a short time this morning. Wind gusts north of there are expected to stay at about 40 miles per hour or less. We will all see the wind ease on Friday afternoon.

Friday sunrise is at 7:26 am

The Friday morning rain showers should taper from southwest to northeast and be out of the area by noon. We can even see a few sun peaks before the day ends. The highs will be in the mid-1950s.

The sunset on Friday is at 7:53 p.m.

The sky will be partly cloudy on Friday night, with lows in the mid-30s. West winds at 5 to 10 miles per hour.


Our weekend starts bright with partly cloudy skies on Saturday. The highs recover well into the upper 50s.

Rain showers are likely on Saturday evening, a roll of thunder is out of the question. The lows will be in the mid 40’s.

Any isolated, persistent light rain showers should end on Sunday morning, with the Sunday sky partly cloudy in the afternoon. Temperatures almost constant in the mid to upper 40s and it becomes a windy day.

The weather pattern looks pretty calm for the next week, with only one chance of rain on Wednesday as a cold front swings through in the morning. That’s especially good news for the Tigers home opener on Thursday – although it won’t be a cool day until the mid-1940s, with highs and a light breeze that makes the feeling even colder. But we should at least get some sunshine, which sure helps! Play ball!

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