Michigan at risk for more severe weather Wednesday

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)– As of Wednesday morning, the Storm Prediction Center has upgraded portions of Lower Michigan to an Enhanced Risk of severe weather (level 3/5) late this evening/overnight.

According to Chief Meteorologist David Young:

Now through 4 p.m.: There could be a round of storms moving through during the early afternoon. Some isolated damaging winds will be possible.

4 p.m. through 6 p.m.: Things look quiet. We’ll just be heating up.

6 p.m. through 11 p.m.: A line of strong to severe storms may move through with damaging winds the biggest threat. There is a low chance of a brief tornado.

Strong winds remain the main concern with this line of storms, causing concern for the 150K+ already without power following Tuesday’s storms.

This post will be updated as the weather moves into our area. You can also get updates by checking out WLNS David Young, WLNS Jim Geyer, and WLNS Blake Harms on Facebook.

You can also get updated information via active 6 News alerts via the StormTracker 6 Weather app or the 6 News App. If you have a NOAA Weather Radio you should make sure it’s on and tuned into the correct settings.

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