Mid-Michigan Braces For More Severe Weather 6-23-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Mid-Michigan Braces For More Severe Weather 6-23-2010

The first batch of severe weather Wednesday morning didn’t pack the punch as expected, but WNEM TV5 meteorologist Mike Cameron says be prepared for severe weather this evening.
Heavy rain mixed with strong winds is expected to sweep through the TV5 viewing area beginning sometime after 7 p.m. This second round of thunderstorms is forecasted to produce strong, damaging winds.
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Cameron said much of the TV5 viewing area will see gusty winds, heavy downpours and frequent lightning beginning around 9 p.m.
"This is probably the highest chance of severe weather we’ve seen so far this season," he said. "People need to be attuned to the weather today."
Watch: Round Of Rain Storms Sweep Through Mid-Michigan
Hints of sunshine will pump afternoon temperatures up to 84, with a heat index around 90. The warmest temperatures will be recorded along and south of I-69
These storms will produce large hail, damaging wind and heavy rains. An isolated tornado or 2 is also possible, according to Cameron.
The highest probability of intense thunderstorms is expected to take place south of the Tri-Cities.
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