Southeast Michigan Braces for Severe Thunderstorms with 1-Inch Hail, Possible Tornadoes

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Detroit, MI – Severe thunderstorms are set to impact southeastern Michigan from Monday afternoon into Tuesday, bringing potential hazards such as one-inch hail and possible tornadoes.

The National Weather Service warns that the region, particularly areas along and north of I-69, should prepare for strong to severe thunderstorms. The most intense weather is expected between noon and 10 p.m. today, with damaging winds reaching up to 60 mph.

Residents should be alert as the storm system moves through, potentially bringing significant hail and the threat of tornadoes. “The best chances for severe weather will occur this afternoon and evening,” said a spokesperson from the National Weather Service.

Thunderstorm activity is predicted to continue overnight into Tuesday, with another round of severe weather likely. Warm and humid conditions will persist through midweek, contributing to the storm potential.

Officials advise having a severe weather safety plan in place and ensuring multiple ways to receive weather alerts.

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