Heavy rain Continues – Chance of Severe Storm very low.

* Flash Flood Warnings are in effect for Manistee and Wexford County until 2:30 am. – The greatest threat for flooding in these counties is near Brethren, Yuma and Harrietta. * Flash Flood Warnings are in effect for Isabella, Gratiot, & Montcalm County until 2:30 am. – The greatest threat for flooding in these counties in south of Rosebush in Isabella County, * Flash Flood Warning for Northern Emmet County until 5 am. Flooding is of concern near Carp Lake, Bliss, Brutus, Levering, Pleasant View, & Cross Village. * Please put Rainfall Totals and/or Storm Reports in our feedback section Put Time and Location of Report * ——————————————– Showers and thunderstorms moved across the region today dropping about a quarter inch in many locations. Skies are settling down for the early evening but we expect another wave of showers and thunderstorms to return later this evening and continue overnight. As mentioned before, severe weather is possible in our southern spots with only an isolated severe storm south of M-72. Temperatures remain very mild and humid with lows in the 60's to about 70. The threat for Severe Weather continues tomorrow but it pushes northward to about Gaylord. As temperatures warm-up and a strong cold front pushes in you will see showers and thunderstorms redevelop. The greatest threat here is for damaging winds and large hail. Highs warm into the 70's for most spots. The U.P. remains in the thick clouds with cooler temperatures in the 60's. Winds shift around from the E to S as you move North to South. Speeds of 8-18 mph are likely. Showers are the likely Thursday as this slow moving storm system drags across the state. It will be very grey and damp day with highs in the 60's and only a few low 70's. Friday has little improvement with scattered showers and cool temperatures. Saturday does look brighter as we head through the day. The best day is going to be Sunday with a lot of sunshine and highs in the 70's to low 80's. – Tom