National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce


Isolated severe storms developed over central Lower Michigan on the afternoon and evening of June 12, 2021, including a long-lived supercell. This storm produced significant hail - some up to baseball-sized in Ovid, MI (Clinton County) - and a few instances of wind damage as it tracked from the Mt. Pleasant area all the way to Ann Arbor before dissipating in the late evening. Other clusters of storms developed in the evening over northern and central Lower Michigan, one of which tracked across Midland and Bay Counties and resulted in localized damaging wind gusts.

nws logo Media use of NWS Web News Stories is encouraged!
Please acknowledge the NWS as the source of any news information accessed from this site.
nws logo