First weather forecast February 19, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit

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Community Connect: Black History Month #3On this week’s Community Connect – We highlight three more inspiring stories from within the black community. – Watch Saturday 7am on CW50.

First weather forecast February 19, 2022 (Today)Windy with a mix of sun and cloud for your Saturday. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter breaks down what you can expect for your Saturday. Visit cbsdetroit.com/weather for more weather information.

Winter Blast kicks off this weekend at Royal OakWinter Blast returns this weekend and is hosted in downtown Royal Oak.

In Honor of Black History Month, Detroit’s Black Leaders Award 20 Grants to Black NonprofitsDuring the month of February, Black Leaders Detroit is doing something special for black nonprofits in the city.

FDA: Do not use recalled infant formula linked to infectionsUS health officials on Thursday warned parents not to use three popular powdered infant formulas made at an Abbott plant in Michigan that investigators recently linked to bacterial contamination.

Zion Foster’s mother says her cousin confessed to dumping a teenagerAs the search for Zion Foster continues, her mother Ciera Milton says she grapples with the reality that her daughter will not be found alive.

First weather forecast February 18, 2022 (Tonight)A wind advisory goes into effect tonight and another chance for snow to move into Southeast Michigan! Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter times the winds and how much snow we might get. Visit cbsdetroit.com/weather for more weather information.

Police are searching for a woman accused of robbing a Dollar General Store in DetroitPolice are asking for the public’s help in locating a woman in connection with a robbery at a Dollar General in Detroit.

First weather forecast February 18, 2022 (Today)Cold temperatures today and some sunshine today, but winds increase this evening as another chance of snow moves in overnight. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter advises when the winds will pick up and if we can expect more snow accumulation. Visit cbsdetroit.com/weather for more weather information.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 2-18Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

First weather forecast February 17, 2022 (Tonight)The winter storm warning is in effect for most of southeast Michigan until 3 a.m. Friday. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter outlines the timing of the storm, when it will end and what will follow. Visit cbsdetroit.com/weather for more weather information.

Updated First Winter Storm Warning ForecastAs the winter storm warning takes effect in southeast Michigan, the transition from freezing rain to sleet has already begun. Expect a slow and slippery evening ride as temperatures continue to drop, water on the roads continues to freeze and snow intensity increases. That’s not all. Winds will pick up in the area tonight and flood warnings are also in effect. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter times the storm, explains who will see the most snow and tells us what we can expect over the next 12 hours. Go to cbsdetroit.com/weather for weather updates

Firefighters battling the flames at Oakland Hills Country Club in Bloomfield TownshipFirefighters responded to calls Thursday to put out a fire at an Oakland County club.

First weather forecast February 17, 2022 (Today)Bad weather is moving into the area today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter times the storm. For more weather information, go to cbsdetroit.com/weather

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 2-17Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

The game brings in $53 billion, hitting new highs last yearHere’s more proof that the house always wins: in 2021, the US gaming industry had its most profitable year ever. Again.

Disney World: No more indoor masks for vaccinated visitorsStarting this week, masks come off for vaccinated guests at Walt Disney World in Florida.

City of Detroit to distribute free KN-95 masks to residentsThe city of Detroit has announced that free KN-95 masks will be distributed to residents.

Michigan reports 4,271 new cases of COVID-19, 312 deathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 4,271 coronavirus cases in the state on Wednesday and 312 additional deaths.

The sister of an Oxford high school shooting victim has urged lawmakers to make gun storage mandatoryThe big sister of a teenager killed in the Oxford high school rampage on Tuesday urged Michigan lawmakers to pass legislation mandating the safe storage of firearms, calling it a sensible way to prevent future shootings.

Michigan State Police raid and seize records at former Chatfield chief of staff’s homeOn Tuesday, state police searched and took documents from the Lansing-area home of a couple who worked as key aides to Lee Chatfield when he was president of Michigan House.

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