Meso-Discussion from SPCJune 2nd, 2014 at 3:49 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
Still a few showers/t-showers along and east of a line from Dowagiac to Lansing. They should exit the area by mid-to-late-evening. Gust to 55 mph East G.R. (treetop level) and near Schoolcraft, 51 mph at the G.R. airport, 48 mph Holland, 47 mph Muskegon, 45 mph Battle Creek, 43 mph near Fremont, 42 mph Ludington…tree on a house on M Dr. in Battle Creek, tree fell on an SUV 3 miles ENE of Castle Park in Allegan Co. tree down on I-96 in SE Kent Co., small tree down in Caledonia, few trees down at Riley and Butternut in Holland), wires down in Portage and Ceresco. We also had a tree down on I-96 in Kent Co. Rainfall varied from a trace to an inch: 0.75″ marshall, 0.68″ Battle Creek, 0.50″ Kalamazoo, 0.50″ Lansing, 0.45″ WOOD-TV in downtown G.R., 0.21″ Rockford, 0.18″ Hudsvonille. The Storm Prediction Center issued a meso-discussion for Kent Co. north. The showers and thunderstorms will end from west to east during the late afternoon and early evening. Gusty winds occurred in general and not just with thundershowers and the winds should diminish a little this evening. Tonight and tomorrow look dry with some overrunning rain on Weds., mainly from Muskegon to Port Huron to the south. It looks like the severe t-storms Tues. night/Weds. will stay south of Michigan in IL-IN-OH.