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Strong Winds Leading to Lakeshore Flooding/Beach Erosion Monday-Wednesday

Gale force wind gusts of 40-50 mph are expected along the nearshore waters of northern lower and eastern upper Michigan Monday through Monday night. High waves in excess of 8 feet in some areas will also bring the threat of lakeshore flooding along most Lake Huron beaches. Read More >


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