Southwest Lower Michigan Weather History
The Weather History for June 22nd
- At least four weak tornadoes hit southern Lower Michigan. At Hudsonville in Ottawa County, damage is down to a warehouse. A barn is destroyed near Pinconning in Bay County. Several barns are damaged or destroyed in Berrien and Cass Counties. Trees are taken down at Dumont Lake in Allegan County.
- One of the coldest summers on record in west Michigan got off to a freezing start with frost and freezing temperatures across the region. At Muskegon the temperature plummeted to 32 degrees. It was the latest freezing temperature on record there.
- A squall line moved onshore from Lake Michigan just after midnight with frequent lightning, widespread wind gusts of 50 mph and heavy rain. Severe straight-line winds of 60 to 75 mph downed numerous trees from Lamont in Ottawa County to near Alpine in Kent County. An EF-0 tornado hit east of Zeeland in Ottawa County snapping numerous trees and damaging two homes.
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