First Weather Forecast April 22, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit

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First weather forecast April 22, 2022 (Today)A little cooler today with a chance of rain. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter will determine when you can expect wet weather. For more information, visit cbsdetroit.com/weather

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