Southeast Michigan Braces for Severe Thunderstorms Wednesday: Hail, High Winds


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Detroit, MI – Southeastern Michigan is preparing for potentially severe weather on Wednesday, as the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a marginal risk warning for the region. Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to track across the area between noon and 8 PM.

According to the US National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac, the main threats include damaging winds exceeding 60 mph and large hail up to one inch in diameter. These conditions could lead to significant disruptions, including power outages and property damage. Additionally, heavy rainfall is anticipated, raising concerns about minor flooding in low-lying and urban areas.

The forecast also calls for seasonably warm temperatures in the mid to upper 80s before the storms hit, followed by a cool-down later in the week. 


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