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Fire danger through the first half of the evening with increasing clouds overnight. Warm weak ahead

Persistent dry air has allowed for wildfire danger through the first half of the evening. Then clouds will increase overnight into tomorrow. The warming trend will continue into Monday with highs in the 70s in many locations. Confidence is high for rain Monday night and Tuesday and a few thunderstorms are possible too. Read More >

Overview

A squall line of severe thunderstorms produced widespread power outages and areas of wind damage to some trees and structures across southern Lower Michigan on August 29, 2022. Nearly 650,000 customers were without power during and after these storms. After the storms moved across northern Illinois, they intensified over Lake Michigan and produced a wind gust of 66 mph at the West Michigan Regional Airport in Holland. Wind gusts of 50 to 70 mph occurred along this line from the lakeshore region all the way to metro Detroit.
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