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Tue May 31, 2011
Weather prompts heat advisory
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for parts of Michigan as more severe thunderstorms were in the forecast.
The weather service says that Tuesday temperatures were expected to reach the lower 90s. The heat advisory was to be in effect until Tuesday evening in a number of counties as well as cities including Detroit, Midland, Bay City, Saginaw, Port Huron and Ann Arbor.
The weather service says severe thunderstorms could move across the state Tuesday afternoon and evening, bringing damaging winds or hail.
The forecast comes as power restoration efforts continue following severe thunderstorms on Sunday that spawned three tornadoes in Michigan.
Tornado warnings issued (but is anybody paying attention?)