2 to 4 more inches of rain expected for Mid-Michigan - WNEM TV 5

2 to 4 more inches of rain expected for Mid-Michigan

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More rain is headed to Mid-Michigan and that could cause more problems for areas that are already flooded.

Many areas of Mid-Michigan are under flood warnings, watches and advisories.

The following counties are under flood warnings:

  • Saginaw until 2 p.m. Friday
  • Bay until 2 p.m. Friday
  • Arenac until 9 p.m. Thursday
  • Clinton until 2 p.m. Saturday

The following counties are under flood watches:

  • Huron until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Tuscola until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Sanilac until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Lapeer until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Genesee until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Shiawassee until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Midland until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Gladwin until 8 a.m. Saturday
  • Clare until 8 a.m. Friday
  • Iosco until 8 a.m. Saturday
  • Ogemaw until 8 a.m. Saturday
  • Roscommon until 8 a.m. Saturday

The following counties are under a flood advisory:

  • Gratiot until 2 p.m. Friday
  • Isabella until 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23
  • Osceola until 2 a.m. Tuesday, April 23

TV5 Meteorologist Ted Phaeton's forecast calls for temperatures to reach into the 50s on Wednesday but increasing clouds will lead to afternoon showers on Wednesday that will continue into the overnight as winds come out of the East at about 10 mph. Temperatures will drop into the lower 40s Wednesday evening with winds holding steady. Thursday we'll flirt with that 70-degree mark but will likely see thunderstorms and heavy rain throughout the day, dumping anywhere from 2 to 4 inches across our region, keeping much of Mid-Michigan under flood watch through Friday.

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