Storms hit Michigan – Wind & rain make a powerful pair

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MACKINAW CITY, Mich. — Storms carrying strong winds and rain have pounced on Michigan, cutting power in some areas, snapping trees and knocking over at least one recreational trailer on the Mackinac Bridge.

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The bridge connecting the peninsulas was temporarily closed at one point Sunday as winds hit 65 mph. Power outages were reported in the Traverse City area.

Storms rolled into Michigan’s thumb region, and forecasters say southeastern Michigan could be vulnerable to high winds throughout the evening.

The National Weather Service warned people about dangerous swimming conditions up and down the Lake Michigan coast, with waves as high as 6 feet. Near Lake Huron, campers had to dodge falling branches at Harrisville State Park.

Source: www.freep.com

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