A winter storm stretching across the Midwest and Northeast will hit Detroit this weekend, bringing accumulating snow to the city.
After some snow during the day Friday, between 3 and 6 inches will fall intermittently through Saturday evening.
Sunday will bring more flurries to the city. As temperatures drop into the teens in the evening, a coating to 1 inch of snow may again accumulate on roadways.
Those who have to travel should allow more time than usual to get to their destination on each day, and be cautious of slippery conditions.
Flurries will kick off the start of next week with temperatures in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
Thunderstorms and soaking rain will threaten Memorial Day ceremonies, cookouts and vacations for millions on Monday.
Potent thunderstorms will target part of the Plains during a time when many will be outdoors celebrating Memorial Day.
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start to summer, and elevated temperatures will waste no time in surging back into the northwestern United States this week.
Despite no longer being a tropical storm, Bonnie will continue to spread downpours across the Eastern Seaboard of the United States into Memorial Day.
Rainy weather will help to lessen the severity of the drought around Colombia and Venezuela in the coming months while drier-than-normal conditions make matters worse for the drought in Chile and northeastern Brazil.
Rain will hold off moving into South East England on Monday’s bank holiday, allowing for dry weather to prevail across the United Kingdom.
Yuma, AZ (1877)
Severe two-day sandstorm.
Area from Wallace to Kearney counties: a great hailstorm caused $6 million damage.
Ohio Valley (1982)
Severe thunderstorms: Tornado in Marion, IL killed 12, caused $100 million damage. Columbus, OH had a wind gust to 76 mph. Louisville, KY pelted by hail 2" in diameter.