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Fri September 30, 2011
Storms bring high waves, winds to western Michigan
HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) - The National Weather Service says storms brought high waves and strong winds to Lake Michigan and along the western Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
The weather service says waves between 12 and 18 feet were expected Friday. A storm warning was in effect for part of the day.
The Grand Rapids Press reports a 21-foot wave was recorded by a buoy in the middle of Lake Michigan west of Holland.
Winds gusting up to 60 mph were reported. Strong winds were expected around Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
High winds and waves moved in Thursday. The Muskegon Chronicle reports the S.S. Badger car ferry wasn't expected to be in service Friday between Ludington and Manitowoc, Wis., due to the weather. Ferry service was expected to resume Saturday.