The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for Washtenaw County and most of Southeast Michigan.
A high wind warning is between a wind advisory and a high wind watch and means that either sustained wind of 30 mph or gusts of wind up to 45 mph are expected.
In Ann Arbor, the NWS reported that winds reached 40 mph around 7:30 am, and are forecasted to reach 50 to 60 mph as the day goes on. The gusts will peak Thursday evening and will remain through Friday where they will only be about 40 mph. The warning will remain in effect until 10 p.m and are a result of a cold front passing through a low pressure system, according to the NWS,
The advisory noted that trees and powerlines might see damange and driving may be dangerous while the warning is in effect.