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Locally Heavy Showers Linger For Northeast, Unsettled Across Inter-mountain West/Upper Midwest, Very Warm From southern Plains to Upper Mississippi Valley

Locally heavy showers will continue across parts of the Northeast into the Mid-Atlantic, as a stubborn upper low is slow to depart. Snowmelt along with additional showers may worsen flooding over parts of northern New England. Elsewhere, a cold front will slice through the Inter-mountain West and Upper Midwest for locally heavy precipitation and some mountain snow; very warm ahead of this front. Read More >

Overview

Scattered thunderstorms developed across south central Lower Michigan and extreme northwest Ohio during the late afternoon of August 6th. These storms produced isolated wind damage. Numerous showers and thunderstorms then developed across the remainder of the region during the afternoon and evening hours. These storms produced isolated large hail and isolated wind damage. An NWS storm survey team also concluded an EF-1 tornado occurred in Kosciusko county. In addition to the isolated severe weather, localized flooding was reported.

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