(WXYZ) — Chief Meteorologist Dave Rexroth is tracking the threat of severe weather across southeastern Michigan.
We've already had multiple thunderstorm warnings in Oakland, Lapeer, St. Clair and Sanilac counties that have since expired.
Starting to see more opportunity for rotating storms late this evening. That is what the arrows indicate. More strong to severe storms are expected to move through over the next 3-4 hours. pic.twitter.com/1uKsSp2U0k— Dave Rexroth (@rexroth7wxyz) September 12, 2019
A strong storm is moving east at 45 mph. Half inch hail and winds to 50 mph are possible. pic.twitter.com/W8z97cmaih— Dave Rexroth (@rexroth7wxyz) September 11, 2019
There is still a severe thunderstorm watch for all of southeastern Michigan until 11 p.m.
Tornado on the ground in northern Eaton county moving SE at 45 mph. pic.twitter.com/dqSyKoXLlF— Dave Rexroth (@rexroth7wxyz) September 12, 2019