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Reedview Weather displays weather information for the Crescent Ridge subdivision in Troy, Michigan.
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  • Temperature Wind Current Sun & Moon

    Wind Direction

    SE (135°)
    0.0 mph
    Gust: 0.0 mph
    Heat Index High:   62.2°F at 12:11am
    Wind Chill Low:   55.9°F at 12:40am
    Peak Wind Gust:   3.8mph at 12:55am
    Barometer:   30.01 in
    Rate:   -0.005 in/hr
    Falling Slowly
    Humidity:   90%
    Dew Point:   53.4°F
    Heat Index:   61.9°F
    Wind Chill:   56.3°F
    Last Hour:   0.00 in
    24 Hours:   1.10 in
    Month:   1.53 in
    Year:   2.06 in
    Sunrise:   7:22 AM EST
    Sunset:   6:09 PM EST
    Moonrise:   10:31 AM EST
    Moonset:   N/A
    Moon Age:   5.253 days
    (since last new moon)
    Moon Phase:
    Waxing Crescent
    Waxing Crescent
    Normal High Temp:   33°F
    Normal Low Temp:   19°F
    Record High Temp:   60°F in 1997
    Record Low Temp:   1°F in 2008

    Quick Forecast:

    7-Day Forecast for Troy, Michigan
    357 PM EST TUE FEB 20 2018
    Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue
    Chance of Showers Partly Cloudy Chance of Showers Wintry Mix Chance of Showers Mostly Sunny Rain/Snow Showers
    Chance Of Showers Partly Cloudy Chance Of Showers Wintry Mix Chance Of Showers Mostly Sunny Rain/Snow Showers
    Precip: 80%
    Hi: 41°F
    Lo: 25°F
    Hi: 39°F
    Lo: 29°F
    Precip: 70%
    Hi: 45°F
    Lo: 31°F
    Precip: 40%
    Hi: 45°F
    Lo: 35°F
    Precip: 60%
    Hi: 49°F
    Lo: 30°F
    Hi: 45°F
    Lo: 29°F
    Precip: 30%
    Hi: 41°F

    Warnings, Watches and Advisories:

    Warning Issue Date: 05:05 PM EST Tue Feb 20 2018
    Warning Expiration: 01:10 AM EST Thu Feb 22 2018

    ...A flood warning continues for the following...
    Clinton River...Flint River...Kearsley Creek...Lower rouge
    river...Mill Creek...Rouge River...Saginaw River...Shiawassee
    river...Swartz Creek...Tittabawassee River
    .Snow melt combined with rainfall of 1 to 3 inches through this
    afternoon along with an additional 1 to 2 inches of rain through
    Wednesday morning is causing significant rises in area rivers.
    A flood warning continues for
    Rouge River in southfield.
    * from now until further notice.
    * at 5 pm Tuesday the stage is 13.0 feet and rising.
    * flood stage is 12.0 feet.
    * minor flooding is occurring.
    * forecast is to crest around 13.3 feet tonight.

    Warning Issue Date: 07:00 PM EST Wed Feb 21 2018
    Warning Expiration: 07:00 AM EST Thu Feb 22 2018

    ...Long duration of widespread rainfall continues through
    ...Flood watch remains in effect through Wednesday afternoon...
    The flood watch continues for
    * a portion of southeast Michigan, including The following areas,
    bay, genesee, huron, lapeer, lenawee, livingston, macomb,
    midland, monroe, oakland, saginaw, sanilac, shiawassee, st.
    Clair, tuscola, washtenaw, and wayne.
    * through Wednesday afternoon
    * widespread rain will continue through Wednesday morning. Rainfall
    will be moderate in intensity at Times. Additional rainfall
    amounts between 1 to 1.5 inches are expected with additional
    water added due to runoff from the complete melting of the
    * urban, low lying and poor drainage areas prone to flooding will
    be most susceptible. Rises on area rivers, streams and creaks
    are expected, with the potential for minor flooding to occur.
    Precautionary/preparedness actions...
    A flood watch means there is a potential for flooding based on
    current forecasts.
    You should monitor later forecasts and be alert for possible flood
    warnings. Those living in areas prone to flooding should be
    prepared to take action should flooding develop.


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