Strong to severe storms this afternoon, power outages
A storm system is moving into the Upper Peninsula. A few scattered severe storms developed this morning. However, a second-round comes by the mid-afternoon through the evening and it will likely produce severe storms. All modes of severe weather will be possible, especially in the central U.P. Storm hazards include heavy rain with amounts in excess of 1.5″, ponding of water will be possible, large hail, damaging winds that could result in power outages and downed trees, plus isolated tornadoes possible. Storms weaken and move out overnight. Windy conditions are expected in the wake of this system tomorrow. Please enable your weather alerts, pay attention to the radar and know your safe zone!
Storm Reports> https://www.uppermichiganssource.com/page/storm-reports/
Latest Power outages> https://poweroutage.us/ (more links below)
Today: Morning scattered thunderstorms in the west. Then, strong to severe storms midafternoon through the night from west to east
>Highs: 80s inland, 70s elsewhere
Thursday: Mostly sunny, windy, and seasonal
>Highs: Mid to upper 70s inland, 60s along the shorelines
Friday: Mostly sunny and cooler
>Highs: 60s north, 70s south
Saturday: Mostly sunny and seasonal
>Highs: Mid 70s
Sunday: Partly cloudy and near seasonal with scattered showers
>Highs: Low 70s
Monday: Partly cloudy chance of scattered showers in the north and hot
>Highs: 90s west, 80s east
Tuesday: Partly cloudy with scattered showers north
>Highs: Around 90°, 80s elsewhere
- Click here to see Alger Delta Cooperative Electric Association’s outage map.
- Click here to see Cloverland Electric’s outage map.
- Click here to see Marquette Board of Light and Power’s outage map.
- Click here to see UPPCO’s outage map.
- Click here to see We Energies’ outage map.
- Click here to see Xcel Energy’s outage map.
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