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Fri July 29, 2011
Storms bring threat of more flooding to Michigan
Another round of thunderstorms packing heavy rains has prompted flash flood warnings in Michigan's Lower
The National Weather Service on Friday morning had flash flood warnings in effect in Barry, Eaton, Ingham and Allegan counties. Flood watches or advisories were in effect in other parts of southern Michigan.
The latest rains followed storms that moved through the state Thursday, bringing several inches of rain in places. Those storms left roadways under water and forced families from their homes.
The Lansing area was among those hard hit by Thursday's storms, with flooding prompting rescues and damaging homes.