(WXYZ) — Strong storms are moving through metro Detroit Saturday.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is now in effect for all Michigan counties except Lenawee and Monroe until 10 p.m.
Southeast Michigan counties include: BAY, GENESEE, HURON, LAPEER, LIVINGSTON, MACOMB, MIDLAND, OAKLAND, SAGINAW, SANILAC, SHIAWASSEE, ST. CLAIR, TUSCOLA, WASHTENAW, WAYNE.
High winds, lightning, heavy rain and flooding are likely this evening, according to Chief Meteorologist Dave Rexroth.
Severe storms are possible through this evening. Storms to our NW have a history of damaging wind and are headed this way. They will move from WNW toward the ESE pic.twitter.com/gjXp31ri3n— Dave Rexroth (@rexroth7wxyz) July 20, 2019
Heat still building! Best storm chances start after 6 pm and could be severe pic.twitter.com/IPAJtyz5MH— Dave Rexroth (@rexroth7wxyz) July 20, 2019
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