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A warm and muggy day characterized by temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s and dewpoints in the lower 70s set the stage for severe weather potential on Sunday afternoon and evening, highlighted by SPC's Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook, where Michigan resided under a Marginal/Slight risk. A cold front produced a line of strong to severe thunderstorms that moved across SE MI between 4-8 PM EDT. Wind gusts between 40-50 mph, isolated to 60 mph, were observed with stronger activity. This resulted in isolated reports of downed trees and powerlines. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was issued prior to the arrival of the cold front for counties north of I94. 

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