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Weather Update: 6/22/2024

Updated: 9:00 AM


* Heavy rain Expected

* Severe Threat This Evening


Flood Watch for most of the Lower Peninsula: The watch is for ALL of our viewing area of the Lower Peninsula ending at 8 am Sunday. Torrential rainfall is expected to move in during the day. The wave of rain settles down a bit but another returns during the overnight hours. This brings rainfall totals of 1-3″ for many with more than 5″ possible. The highest rainfall total are expected over NE Lower. A Flood Watch means there is a potential for flooding. If flooding occurs or is expected a WARNING will be issued. DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH FLOODED ROADS.

Severe Threat: The threat for severe weather has increased for our Central Lower Counties. They are now at a level 2. We are expected rounds of heavy rain with a push of stronger storms later this evening. The main concern is for damaging winds and possibly a weak tornado. The chance for a tornado is very small but there is certainly a chance. Northern Lower is at a level 1 for severe weather. This means strong to possibly severe storms are expected. Regardless of where you are be prepared for rain and wind today.


Your Saturday: Heavy Rain - Flood Watch for the L.P.


Scattered showers start the day but they intensify and expand into a steady rain for the afternoon.

Rain gear WILL be needed!

Expect torrential rainfall during the afternoon hours.

Some storms could be strong or severe with damaging winds and more rain.


A FLOOD WATCH is in effect for much of the L.P.

During the day 1-3″ of rain is expected with more overnight.

Right now, We expect the heaviest rain over NE Lower.

Temperatures range from upper 60s to the low 80s.


Tonight: Rain and a Severe Threat

Torrential rain continues for many at times as a line of storms roll into the region.

The line could be strong to possibly severe with the strongest in our Central Lower Counties.

Damaging winds and even a tornado are possible.

Be prepared for a rough evening across the Lower Peninsula.

If Flood Warnings are issued, be sure not to drive through flooded roads.

Sunday: Not as wet

Spotty showers hang on for the morning hours for far Northern Lower and the U.P.

The central lower is dry.

Overall, the skies get better with some afternoon sunshine.

Highs cool into the mid-60s to upper 70s.

Next week: Some sun

Monday has sun and clouds with highs in the 70s to low 80s.

Clouds with isolated showers return Tuesday as highs hold in the 70s to low 80s.

- Tom

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