Brad Sugden, ABC12WJRT

Brad Sugden


Flint, MI, United States

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Past articles by Brad:

Lake levels drop drastically for 2nd straight year

The past few years we’ve been plagued by record high waters on the Great Lakes. The Lake Huron shoreline in the ABC12 viewing area has seen its fair share of → Read More

Mid-Michigan snow totals increase south, decrease north for Thursday's winter storm

Good news: Freezing rain and sleet will be very brief and not provide any extra misery outside of what already was expected. No one wanted power outages and ice on → Read More

Complicated winter storm bringing ice, snow, sleet and rain to Mid-Michigan

The southern side of the system will have tight gradients with possibly less than 20 miles between heavy snow to light snow and heavy sleet. → Read More

Storm Tracker 12: Tracking a winter storm Wednesday night through Thursday

Rain, snow, sleet, and ice are all on the table with this one. → Read More

Groundhog Day storm to bring more than a foot of snow to parts of Mid-Michigan

Heavy snow moves in on Groundhog Day that will make travel very difficult. → Read More

Light freezing drizzle, significant snowfall will ring in 2022 around Mid-Michigan

The start of 2022 will feature active weather with a chance of light freezing drizzle as the calendar turns at midnight, followed by a significant snowfall over the weekend. → Read More

Significant snowfall possible Saturday as winter storm system moves through Mid-Michigan

Depending on the storm track, heavy snow could be possible on Saturday across Mid-Michigan. → Read More


FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) - A trough working across the region will bring us more clouds and spotty showers We could see snow mix in at times, especially further north and inland, with cold temps to start the week. → Read More

Nine years since hottest March ever recorded baked Michigan

MID-MICHIGAN (WJRT) - Nine years ago this week, Michigan was sweltering in temperatures some 40 degrees above normal. Not just for one day either. Ten days of mid-summer heat were baking the Mitten. A massive area of low pressure was stationary over the Rockies, which allowed a warm surge of air to ride in the low level jet stream into the Plains, Midwest and Great Lakes. What was remarkable was… → Read More

Great Lakes water levels significantly lower going into 2021

Great Lakes water levels are dropping. → Read More

Biggest storm of the season to bring nearly a foot of snow to Mid-Michigan

Snow rates could be 1-2 inches per hour. → Read More

Weekend storm will bring blizzard conditions north and heavy rain south

A powerful storm will create travel headaches through the weekend. → Read More

Weekend storm will bring heavy rain and snow to Mid-Michigan

Parts of the ABC12 viewing area will see heavy rain while others see heavy snow from a weekend storm system. → Read More

Another chance for Northern Lights coming Thursday evening

There's another chance at seeing the Northern Lights Thursday! → Read More

Northern Lights possible Wednesday night in Mid-Michigan

If clouds clear out, we'll be able to see the Northern Lights in Michigan Wednesday night. → Read More

Weekend storm system could bring snow to Mid-Michigan

The ABC12 First Alert Weather Team is tracking a storm system that will bring rain and snow into the weekend. → Read More

Snow turns to rain Tuesday into Wednesday

Snow accumulations will be a dusting to the south and around 2-4" to the north. All locations will see it melt quickly as it turns to rain. → Read More

November heat wave shatters Mid-Michigan records

Some of the hottest November days ever recorded occurred in 2020. → Read More

One year separates 15 inches of snow and record highs near 80 degrees in Mid-Michigan

In one year, the high temperature has varied more than 50 degrees with lows varying more than 60 degrees in some locations! → Read More

Late September heat wave: A look back at a record setting 2017

September 2017 will go down as the year the mercury soared into the 90s for six days in a row at the end of the month. That happened during a time of year when the average highs are only in the upper 60s. → Read More