THUNDERSTORM PUSHING TOWARD PERRY
National Weather Service: "Torrential Rainfall" Associated With Storm Headed Our Way, Creating New Flooding Concerns
Get complete weather information, including live radar, on our WEATHER page A thunderstorm packing 30+ mph wind gusts and the possibility of what the National Weather Service is calling "torrential rains" is pressing toward Perry and Shiawassee County. Pea-sized hail, cloud to ground lightning and the possibility of more flooding is all associated with this storm.
Shiawassee County communities that can expect to be impacted by the storm system include Perry, Laingsburg, Owosso and Durand, the National Weather Service says.
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