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Decreasing Clouds Today; Next Chance of Precipitation Wednesday

A system will depart the region this morning, with clearing skies following in its wake. Our next chance of rain and snow arrives Wednesday morning as a cold front moves in. Read More >



Sunshine is expected for much of the weekend with temperatures a little above normal.


A complex of thunderstorms developed over Wisconsin late Wednesday, June 15th. The storms traveled eastward over Lake Michigan, slamming into the western coastline of Lower Michigan. Hardest hit locations were centered near and south of Muskegon, Michigan, where various wind damage reports originated. Further to the south, areas around South Haven received hail around 1 inch in diameter. Updated information will continue to be made available through this afternoon.


Muskegon County Wind Damage

A line of strong thunderstorms passed over Lake Michigan. Upon landfall, wind gusts over 60 mph downed trees and power lines. Hoffmaster State Park reported several trees down within the state park. Power outages were common through the Muskegon and Norton Shores area.

South Haven Hail

Storm echo tops (storm heights) reached above 50,000 feet! Hail indications for severe hail were high (90-100%) as the storm traveled from South Haven through Breedsville.


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