The Storm Prediction Center has placed, once again, southeast Michigan under a severe weather risk of Marginal, with an isolated tornado risk.
Storms yesterday afternoon failed to fire due to rain yesterday morning. Wet ground does not heat up as fast as dry ground, topping the high temps off around 75F with select locations at 80F.
Another factor was weak instability AND a dry slot.
Tomorrow looks to be in better shape, if the morning storms remains scattered, or hold off completely. With that being said, if any severe thunderstorms fire this afternoon, the primary threats will be damaging winds, large hail, and yes, a slight risk for a tornado exists.
Keep an eye to the sky tomorrow afternoon, and I will alert you to any forecast changes.