West Michigan (for the most part) Misses the Severe Storms

Bill's Blog

Above is the map showing were severe weather occurred in the U.S. Sunday PM. There was some wind damage in northern and eastern Michigan, but the severe storms pretty much missed West Michigan.

Pic. of the storm rolling in at South Haven Sunday. (courtesy Nancy Doyle)

Sunday, wind gusts: 58 mph at Petoskey and Houghton and 60 mph at Prescott. Wind damage occurred at Harbor Springs, Mullet Lake, Charlevoix, Lovells, Fairview, Vassar, Fowlerville, Caseville, E. Dayton, Perry, Byron, Yale and Adrian Michigan. Check out the rolling trampoline near Lake Odessa. There was a tree down on Parnell in eastern Kent Co.

Storms Friday evening produced isolated tree and power line damage near Baldwin, along with small hail and an inch of rain. Honor in Benzie Co. had 1.95″ of rain in 2 hours. Wellston in Manistee Co. had 1.99″ of rain. Brethren had 2.91″ of rain and there was some tree damage in S. Boardman.


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