As the remnants of Hurricane Sandy move closer to Mid-Michigan, we will experience strong winds as well as rain with the possibility of some snow mixed in. Sandy made land fall along the Delaware and New Jersey coast last night.We may see a rain and snow mix this morning. As temperatures start to warm up again today we will see all of the precipitation in the form of rain. A wind advisory has been issued for the entire area until 5 p.m. today.. Northerly winds will be 20-30 mph, gusting as strong as 50 mph. Huron and Sanilac counties have a high wind warning in effect until noon today. Sustained winds will be 30-40 mph, with gusts up to 65 mph. The strongest winds will be closer to the shoreline.

Gale warnings are also in effect for the Saginaw Bay until 8 p.m. today. Winds may gust up to 50 knots, with maximum wave height around 11 feet.  A storm warning is in effect for Lake Huron, and wave height more than 20 feet is possible.
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