Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Detroit/Pontiac, MI

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Detroit/Pontiac MI
313 PM EDT WED APR 19 2017

MIZ068>070-075-076-082-083-192030-
Livingston-Lenawee-Macomb-Monroe-Oakland-Washtenaw-Wayne-
313 PM EDT WED APR 19 2017

...SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS INCREASING COVERAGE THROUGH THE
AFTERNOON PEAK TRAVEL PERIOD...

At 310 PM, radar indicated showers and thunderstorms located along
and west of a line from near Southfield to 6 miles northwest of
Jackson to 6 miles south of Bronson. Movement was east at 40 mph.

Coverage and intensity will increase during the mid and late
afternoon with locally heavy rainfall the primary concern initially.
Additional strengthening later in the day could result in isolated
storms capable of small hail and strong wind.

Locations impacted include...
Warren, Ann Arbor, Livonia, Troy, Southfield, Taylor, St. Clair
Shores, Pontiac, Novi, Romulus, Adrian, Monroe, Ypsilanti, Mount
Clemens, Flat Rock, Saline, Tecumseh, Brighton, Milford and Milan.

Torrential rainfall may cause localized flooding and low visibility
on area roads requiring extra caution by motorists.

Monitor local radio stations and available television stations for
additional information.

LAT...LON 4207 8436 4207 8413 4257 8414 4263 8298
      4259 8265 4261 8252 4259 8262 4257 8258
      4258 8256 4258 8255 4250 8270 4254 8281
      4236 8288 4230 8309 4200 8313 4189 8331
      4172 8341 4171 8436
TIME...MOT...LOC 1906Z 272DEG 36KT 4247 8330 4231 8449 4178 8522

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