Potential Storm Tracking in Southeast Michigan

DETROIT – Watch the live weather radar here (above) as we track the potential of some severe storms on Friday night and into early Saturday morning in Southeast Michigan.

Local 4Casters say a scattered severe thunderstorm is possible as of 6pm west of US-23, but the main batch of concern storms will cross the area between 8 pm and 2 am They say the strongest severe storm threat appears to be in the entire area from near M-59 south through the state line.

Meteorologist Paul Gross said it appears that the storm’s activity may be later than that.

“Later is better, as evening temperatures drop, the atmosphere is less unstable. So this would lessen our serious threat a bit. Stay alert, “Gross tweeted.

Follow the updates here:

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