Severe weather in Metro Detroit: Latest watches, warnings, info

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Today will be bright and sunny, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), with high temperatures near 80 degrees.

Southeast Wisconsin and northeast IL were hit hardest with several inches of rain. Strong winds and hail are likely, especially north of Interstate 90, the NWS reports.

All Metro Detroit counties are under a Flood Watch through Thursday morning.

In addition to flash flooding, runoff will cause area rivers and streams to rise and possibly result in flooding in the next several days.

A cold front is getting ready to move through south-central Montana Monday afternoon. West southwest winds will be 6 to 11 miles per hour, becoming light after midnight with gusts as high as 17 miles per hour. Showers and storms will at least be a thing of the past, with mostly cloudy skies very gradually transitioning over to more sunshine late in the day.

Tonight: Partly cloudy with a 40% chance for evening thunderstorms some storms may be severe with damaging winds early in the evening.

Highs will take a slightly more comfortable turn thanks to a northeasterly shift in the wind, topping out mostly in the middle and upper 70s. Even so, we'll be treated to a attractive day with low humidity and highs in the upper 70s. The rain kept going and going and over 2 inches of rain fell in many locations.

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