The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has drawn a slight risk area for severe weather just to our south tomorrow.
However, we're so close to this area that we'll need to watch for severe thunderstorms, mainly during the evening hours.
Low pressure moving along a front that will be stalled out over northern Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio will be the culprit for the potentially severe weather.
Southern Genesee, Shiawassee, and Lapeer counties have the best chance at seeing severe storms, although even here the risk looks pretty minimal.
The main threat would be winds of 60mph or higher, with large hail being a secondary threat.