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Significant Severe Weather Outbreak Possible in West Michigan Overnight

The overnight event will happen while most people are sleeping.

A significant severe weather outbreak is possible late Wednesday night through Thursday morning, while most of you may be sleeping.

The main threats include:

  • 'Hurricane-force' winds of 80+ mph.  This could create widespread power outages.
  • Locally heavy downpours leading to minor flooding.
  • Large hail and isolated tornadoes.
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Severe Weather Potential - July 28-29 2021
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Damaging Wind Risk - July 28-29, 2021
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Tornado Risk - July 28-29, 2021
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Hail Risk - July 28-29, 2021
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Possible Rainfall - July 28-29, 2021

You should have a way to receive weather alerts that will wake you up if necessary, such as a NOAA weather radio.  

If you have an iPhone, go to:

  • Settings
  • Notifications
  • Scroll to the bottom to Government Alerts
  • Turn on Emergency Alerts and Public Safety Alerts
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Receiving Weather Information

Chief Meteorologist George Lessens

George is a graduate of Penn State University working for 13 On Your Side over 40 years. He is a twelve-time MAB® Weathercast Award Winner and two-time EMMY® Award Winner.

Contact me at: GeorgeLessens@13OnYourSide.com

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