First weather forecast March 8, 2022 (Today) – CBS Detroit


First weather forecast March 8, 2022 (Today)Dry weather and some sun today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter has your hour-by-hour forecast. Go to

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-08Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

Michigan to receive nearly $800 million in opioid settlementThe state of Michigan is set to receive nearly $800 million from a $26 billion opioid settlement with the nation’s three pharmaceutical distributors.

Female Detroit firefighter breaking down multiple barriers in the cityFire Engine Operator Teresa Singleton is an active 25-year veteran of the Detroit Fire Department and breaks down many barriers in the city.

Abandoned Fisher Body 21 factory in Detroit to be redeveloped into mixed-use housingCW50 News at 10

Metro Detroit Business seeks donations to support people in UkraineA Metro Detroit business is asking for donations for Ukrainians who lost everything to the Russian invasion.

AAA: Gas prices in Michigan hit $4 a gallon this weekOfficials say pump prices hit $4 a gallon in Michigan.

First weather forecast March 7, 2022 (tonight)A chance of snow persists this evening. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter stops when the snow ends. Go to

First forecast March 7, 2022 (Today)Winter weather today as we start the brand new work week. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has the forecast. Visit for details.

Question of the day on the family quarrel! 3-07Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on CBS 62!

First forecast March 6, 2022 (tonight)Another winter disturbance arrives late tonight. Meteorologist Kylee Miller talks about how much snow we can expect. Go to

Michigan Matters: Politics and Ukraine 2022Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain interviews Rudy Hobbs and Tanya Schuitmaker – new co-directors of the MPLP’s non-partisan program on politics. Then Melvyn Levitsky, former ambassador to Russia, appears with Cain to discuss Ukraine. And Tania Smyk, who helped organize a huge rally in Detroit, talks about Ukraine and Metro Detroit.

First forecast March 6, 2022 (Today)High wind warnings today as winds could be near 60 mph or more. Power cuts will be possible. Meteorologist Kylee Miller has your Sunday forecast. Go to for updates.

First forecast March 5, 2022 (tonight)The rain sets in this evening with possible thunderstorms. Tomorrow brings very windy conditions. Meteorologist Kylee Miller is tracking tonight’s disturbances. Visit for more information.

Community Login Segments – Mirai NagasuOn this week’s Community Connect, we have the winner of CBS’ Celebrity Big Brother and hear about a housemate who fought her for the title.

First weather forecast March 5, 2022 (Today)We will have spring temperatures today. Chief Meteorologist Karen Carter will tell us when we can expect rain. For more weather information, go to

Coming to an end: enjoy the last weekend of ice skating this season at Campus MartiusIt’s time to lace up the skates for the last time this season at Campus Martius.

Amazon offers free tuition to hourly workers at 4 Michigan collegesAmazon is offering free tuition at four Michigan universities to its hourly employees.

Michigan AG Nessel Joins National Tik Tok InvestigationMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced that she is joining a nationwide investigation into Tik Tok and the potential harm the social media platform could cause to children and young adults.

GM loses bid to ignore recall for lights that are too brightGeneral Motors lost a bid to avoid recalling about 727,000 small SUVs in the United States with headlight beams that may be too bright and dazzle oncoming drivers.

Masks optional at auto plants that are not in high-risk COVID-19 countiesFace masks will be optional for unionized autoworkers in the United States, as long as their factories are in counties that are not at high risk for the novel coronavirus.

Michigan State University Lift Mask Mandate in Select Indoor SettingsMichigan State University has announced that it will lift its mask mandate on March 6 in certain indoor settings.


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