The Michigan State Police are asking the public for help identifying two people that were seen walking around the Nottingham Forest Mobile Home Park after being notified of two unauthorized individuals going through the area.
The most terrifying experience of my life. I just watched a tornado tear through Hobby Lobby while i stood frozen in the isle. The screams. Watching the roof come off. The wind and the rain and the darkness crushed through the back of the store and I just stood there and watched because I had no idea how to take cover.
While Michigan happens to sit North enough to not always be in the direct path of “Tornado Alley”, we are no stranger to experiencing tornadoes. Perhaps the most dangerous thing about tornadoes is the fact that they can range in severity. Like earthquakes, tornadoes don’t have a constant size, wind speed, movement, etc. Meaning the amount of destruction to people's lives always varies.
Between tornadoes and heavy rainfall, the recent weather has been rough on Michiganders. From devastating floods in Wayne County and four reported tornadoes throughout the Great Lakes State, this past weekend was no joke.
I heard tornado sirens in Fenton early Saturday evening, but luckily nothing other than heavy rainfall happened. That was...