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Weakened thunderstorms traversed Lake Michigan during the afternoon hours on June 11, 2022, and largely dissipated upon arrival to Southeast Michigan. A second round of convection worked through late that evening ahead of an advancing cold front as a more unstable environment developed ahead of an advancing cold front. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued between I-69 and M-59 from 10:41 PM until 1 AM as the strongest lead storm progressed eastward. The storm produced an EF-0 tornado that touched down near the eastern shores of Lake Fenton before lifting 3 miles ESE of Holly, just west of I-75. Several homes, outbuildings, and trees sustained varying degrees of damage. Damaging severe thunderstorm wind gusts redeveloped as the storm crossed through Lapeer causing additional tree and utility line damage.


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