Straight-line winds as high as 90 mph cause damage in Manistee, Lake City

High winds from severe thunderstorms that hit Michigan's northwestern Lower Peninsula early Sunday caused damage in Manistee and Lake City. The National Weather Service said straight-line winds estimated at 80 mph hit Manistee - destroying a pole building and damaging the roofs of several other buildings on the north side of the city's downtown. Winds estimated at 90 mph hit the southern shore of Lake Missaukee near Lake City, knocking down trees and power lines.
Apr 11, 2011


Another wave of thunderstorms moved across the state this morning. There were no immediate reports of damage.

— From The Associated Press


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