Oshkosh Michigan Weather

While July, August and June are the most pleasant months to live in a good place like Kalkaska, January and December being the most unpleasant months, 16 tornadoes were documented on June 23, the record was 11 on May 8, 1988. They would be hard to find - since June 1, 2000, there has not been a day in Michigan without at least one tornado. In southern central and southeastern Wisconsin, eight tornadoes on July 1 caused the fourth-highest single day ever recorded on a single day of the year, behind May 9 and 14. The record was 24 on May 8, 1988, and was tied with May 16, 1999 for most tornadoes in a single day in Michigan, but since then, it would be hard to find another day like this.

Strong gusts of 40-70 km / h were reported, with maximum gusts of 35-40 km / h recorded in some areas. In addition to some tornadoes, strong winds were blowing in from the south and west, but no significant storms were reported. Further south-east, there was heavy rain and frequent lightning, accompanied by gusty winds, thunderstorms and heavy rain, as well as one or two tornadoes. Strongest wind Gusts were reported from west to east, with wind speeds of 30 to 35 km / h and maximum speeds of 50 to 60 km / h. No significant storms were reported on July 1, except for a single tornado on the eastern side of the state near the town of Kalkaska.

The strongest wind gusts were reported in some areas between 40 and 70 mph, with 70 mph or more in Plover and Portage counties and a gust of 60 mph in the town of Kalkaska.

A brief tornado hit Green Bay and Brown counties, causing tree damage in Grand Rapids, according to the National Weather Service.

The storm also toppled trees in Saxeville and Waushara, dropped quarter-size hail in Plover and Portage Co. and damaged several homes in Grand Rapids and several businesses in the area. Large trees have been knocked down, power lines damaged and a state of emergency has been declared in Green Bay County, according to the National Weather Service. Wind damage included a large tree that toppled over and even a power line.

The first severe weather warning was issued for Trempealeau, La Crosse and Buffalo counties from 5: 18 p.m. to 6: 00 p.m. The severe weather warning is in effect until 7: 30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in Green Bay County.

As the storm moves over Lake Michigan and weakens, it is accompanied by strong wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour and heavy rain, according to the National Weather Service. However, it is likely that this storm will cause large hail, but the main threat is on the radar and consists of heavy downpours and strong wind gusts.

There is enough vertical wind shear to allow the development of supercells, which led to 10 tornadoes that turned up. These supercells have the potential to produce precipitation north and south of their orbit, according to the National Weather Service.

The Lake Maria tornado, which was moving at an estimated 175-200 km / h, actually merged with a second, more powerful tornado south of the same location. The third tornado was stronger and was on the ground for about an hour and a half, according to the National Weather Service. This tornado touched down in the Lake Michigan area (see WFO - GRB Stormdata Report) and moved from north to east, ending near the intersection of I-94 with the US. Corridor Highway 10 It was moving south - west and west - southwest, with wind speeds of up to 150 km / h and gusts of more than 250 km / h in some areas.

The tornado left Fond du Lac County and entered Calumet County, where it quickly disappeared before re-entering Lake Michigan and Lake Huron County before leaving and leaving Fonds du lac County.

The weather started to change as we approached the Chicago area and we had to adjust our route stops a few times as bad weather was waiting for us southwest of Chicago in Dekalb. We are equipped with ADS-B weather and have a good picture of what lies ahead.

The week before, we observed warm, humid, unstable air coming in from the north, along with cooler air coming in from Wisconsin. A powerful gust line has formed and is pushing south into central Wisconsin as all hell breaks loose. It is not far away and there is a good chance of thunderstorms in the form of squalls, thunderstorms and heavy rain.

A southerly supercell, flying in from the extreme southern Sauk County, made a partial right turn and headed south, toward the west, whirling 2 tornadoes into the air. The Dodge County tornado moved south into Dodge Co. and then north into Green Lake County. This southern supercell eventually turned into a tornado in south-central Jefferson County, moving from north to central Walworth County and from south to east into Fond du Lac County, while a second tornado was on its way east. That tornado left Green Lake County by itself and moved southeast to Fort Lauderdale, then south and west to Green Bay.

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