A particular marine warning has been problem for parts of Saginaw Bay as a line of robust storms transfer throughout the area.

The warning issued by the Nationwide Climate Service till 9:15 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25 contains Interior Saginaw Bay, southwest of Level Au Gres to Bay Port, and Outer Saginaw Bay, southwest of Alabaster to Port Austin to Interior Saginaw Bay.

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“At 805 PM EDT, a extreme thunderstorm able to producing waterspouts was positioned over Bay Metropolis Liberty Harbor, shifting east at 25 knots,” reads the warning, with potential wind gusts as much as 40 knots, or roughly 46 miles per hour.

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Waterspouts are able to overturning boats and creating “domestically hazardous seas,” famous the warning, including “Small craft might be broken in briefly larger winds and all of a sudden larger waves.

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The road of storms anticipated to succeed in Sebewaing by 8:45 p.m. and Bay Port by 8:55 p.m. Tuesday night time led a twister warning close to Saginaw Bay in Midland County. 



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