Top News of the Day
Watches &
Observations Forecast Graphics Rivers &
 Climate  Marine
Click on the map below for the latest forecast.
Last map update: Fri, Dec. 19, 2014 at 2:35:13 am EST
Latest Conditions in Detroit Metro, MI Choose Your Front Page City
spacer image Dec 19
1:53 am
 Light Freezing Drizzle. Click for additional data and forecast.
Light Freezing Drizzle
spacer image spacer image

Weather Story
Weather Story of the Day - Click to enlarge
Local Radar for Detroit/Pontiac, MI - Click to enlarge
Regional Infrared Satellite Image - Click to enlarge
Weather Map
National Weather Map - Click to enlarge

Today in Southeast Michigan Weather History...

On December 19, 2008, a winter storm moved across Illinois, Indiana and Ohio on December 19th. There were numerous reports from spotters of thunder with the heaviest bursts of snowfall. Sleet mixed with the snow as far north as Flint, and freezing rain was mixed in Lenawee and Monroe Counties. Up to 5 inches of snow fell across Lenawee and Monroe. Washtenaw and Wayne counties recorded 5 to 8 inches of snow. North of 8 Mile Road, snowfall was generally 8 to 10 inches. However, there were two bands heavier snow with 10 to 13 inches. The first band of heavier snow fell across Northern Oakland and Macomb Counties. The other band of heavier snow extended across the M-46 corridor from Saginaw and Northern Genesee Counties across to Tuscola and Sanilac Counties.

Also on December 19, 1929, a two-day snowstorm dropped 13.8 inches of snow on Detroit and 16.9 inches of snow on Saginaw ! This placed the 1929 storm as the fifth heaviest snow storm for both Detroit and Saginaw. Flint recorded 12.1 inches of snow with the storm.

The following menus will give you quick access to the Weather Now pages and also the latest forecasts for the counties in Southeast Michigan.

Weather Now

Southeast Michigan County Forecasts is the U.S. government's official web portal to all federal, state and local government web resources and services.