GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A cold front marching through the Great Lakes region spurred strong storms Tuesday evening.
Three were strong enough to trigger severe thunderstorm warnings, but minimal damage was reported.
The same system produced more than 100 reports of severe weather on Labor Day. Of those reports, at least 80 involved high wind.
The Storm Prediction Center has Central and Southern Michigan under a slight risk of severe weather Tuesday. Much of Illinois and Indiana are included as well. By early Wednesday morning, the severe potential will drop to zero.
Cooler weather will set up for West Michigan for the next several days with very few shower chances.