This is the Severe Weather Risk Map for this Tuesday. There is a Marginal Risk (in dark green) for Southern Lower Michigan south of a line from Dowagiac to Kalamazoo to St. Johns to southern Lake Huron. The threat is isolated wind damage. There was no mention of tornadoes or large hail in Michigan.
Severe Weather from Monday PM/Night included trees and wires down in Grand Haven Township, where a tree fell on a car trapping a male. Big Sable Point near Ludington had a gust to 40 mph and the Holland Regional Airport had a gust to 43 mph. Here’s some of the heavier rainfall totals as of 2 am: Hart 1.70″, Mears 1.67″, Benona 1.61″, Elbridge (Oceana Co.) 1.44″, Shelby 1.43″, Ludington 0.89″.
The worst of the severe weather included 4″ diameter hail near Minneapolis MN and a a 78 mph wind gust at the Big Bay Lighthouse in the U.P. west of Marquette. Here’s the U.S. lightning map. Severe Reports from NE Wisconsin Hail up to 4″ in diameter in Minnesota.
Here’s local radar:
and Regional Radar:
We do have a chance of a shower or isolated t-storm today. Most or all of Wed. will be dry – then a chance of a shower or isolated t-shower Wed. night into very early Thursday with dry weather expected from Thurs. PM through Saturday.
The tropics remain unusually quiet. There are no hurricanes, no tropical storms in the Atlantic or Eastern Pacific. We have only “Flossie” – barely a tropical depression that is passing just north of Hawaii. Here’s a link to Hawaii radar. There are two tropical storms (no hurricanes/typhoons) in the Western Pacific (“Francisco” and “Lekima”).