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Dangerous Wind Chills in the Northeast; High Winds in the High Plains; Heavy Snow Coming to the Sierras

Dangerously cold wind chill temperatures will continue to impact the Northeast U.S. through Saturday evening along with blizzard conditions in northern Maine. High winds may bring power outages, tree and property damage, and difficult travel over the northern Rocky Mountain Front and adjacent High Plains through Saturday afternoon. Heavy snow will move into the Sierras of California Saturday. Read More >

 

 

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Severe Weather Awareness Week
  March 20th - March 26th

2022

 

 

  Severe Weather Awareness Week Information
Statewide Preparedness
  • While the state continues to take steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Michigan, we want to remind residents that severe weather season is approaching. This includes tornados, flooding, high winds, and other severe weather that could disrupt our daily lives.
  • The statewide tornado drill will be conducted March 23rd at 1PM. While participation is encouraged, please follow any local, school, or workplace COVID-19 rules that remain in place.
  • Disasters don’t plan ahead, but you can! We encourage you to take the time and review your severe weather preparedness plans so you don't get caught off-guard.. 
  • More information from Michigan State Police Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Governor's Proclamation
  • Officially stating March 20th through 26th as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Michigan
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