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Isolated Severe Thunderstorms Possible Today-Tonight

Isolated strong-severe thunderstorms are possible across northeast lower Michigan this afternoon and over far northwest lower and eastern upper Michigan late tonight. The primary threats with any severe storms will be damaging winds and large hail. Read More >

Overview

Thunderstorms developed across parts of western and central Wisconsin during the afternoon hours of Monday, August 27th, 2018 before quickly racing toward northern Michigan during the evening hours. Thunderstorms moved across Lake Michigan as early as 10 PM, making landfall across far northwest lower Michigan by midnight. Strong to severe storms continued to race eastward at 60+ mph before diminishing in intensity east of Interstate 75 during the early morning hours of Tuesday, August 28th. The strongest wind gusts, upwards of 90 mph, were observed across portions of west-central Otsego County.
 

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Otsego County Straight Line Wind Damage
August 27 - 28th, 2018
Antrim County Straight Line Wind Damage
August 27 - 28th, 2018

 

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