Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The National Weather Service has issued warnings due to warming temperatures and as much as an inch of rain expected Tuesday.
The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch from Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning for a portion of southeast Michigan, including Plymouth and Canton. The bulletin issued Monday afternoon indicated that warm temperatures on Tuesday will lead to a melting of 3 to 6 inches of packed snow. A frost depth of nearly 15 inches will prevent the water from being absorbed into the soil. In addition, more than an inch of rain is expected to fall Tuesday across the area. A dense fog advisory also was put in place Monday evening through 7 a.m. Tuesday in the Detroit area. Fog is expected to limit visibility to less than a quarter mile at times. To check road conditions before you leave the house, visit Patch's Commute page for …
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Ice, floods and heat periodically challenged Canton residents during 2011.
Canton Township was, by turns, frozen, soggy, scorched but at times we basked in perfect weather. The worst, at least for Cheryl Dell, was the July 11 storm that knocked down at least five trees in her Lilley Road property -- but on May 29, hundreds of people were disappointed when extreme rain caused the first-ever cancellation of the Canton Cup Games. Jan 18 From the Comments: Anger Over Weather-Related School Closing Jan 18 Plymouth-Canton Schools Closed Today Feb. 1 Closings and Cancellations as Blizzard Nears March 10 Dense Fog Shrouds Parts of Area, Spurs Alert May 4 Rain Dampens Spring Sports Schedules May 23 Storms Continue Rolling Through Canton -- 1,200 Without Power June 7 Wayne County Under Heat Advisory June 30 Perfect Weather…
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Initial reports of between 1 and 2 inches of rain from nighttime storms.
An urban and small-stream flood advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service after overnight storms dumped between 1 and 2 inches in southeast Michigan. The rain is expected to continue through midmorning, with winds gusting as high as 50 or 60 miles an hour. The wet-and-windy trend will likely continue through the day, giving way to sunny and pleasant skies Friday, with stormy weather returning Saturday and Sunday, according to the latest weather service forecast.