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Heavy storms that lasted from Friday night to Saturday lowered the flow from Minnesota to Michigan to 365,000



Midwestern US areas experienced storm winds when a Derecho struck South Dakota and southern Minnesota on Saturday mornings. In the Midwestern United States, wind damage and flooding increased after the Derecho.

A series of severe thunderstorms caused an uninterrupted trail of wind damage and gusts over 60 miles per hour from south Dakota eastward along the Iowa and Minnesota border from early morning to noon on Saturday.

More than 365,000 power outages were reported by poweroutage.us in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan as a result of the storm from Friday night to Saturday.

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"This is the definition of a Derecho," said lead weather meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski of AccWeather. "Derecho and other heavy thunderstorms erupting over the Midwest on Saturday are fueled by the oppressive heat and humidity in much of the country."

Brooks, South Dakota, and Windom, Minnesota, reported gusts of 75 miles per hour. The strong winds fell trees.

"Harmful thunderstorms were not just limited to the Derecho on Saturday," said Pydynowski. "Another group of storms caused funnel clouds to be seen southwest of Green Bay, Wisconsin, as heavy rains were replicated in the same areas of northwestern Michigan, with estimates of radar precipitation of one foot in that region."


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Flooding that turns a road into a river in Rice City, Minnesota.

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This morning's storm damage at a playground in Rochester, Minnesota.

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A storm moves to Eyota, Minnesota.

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Tree damage at Clintonville, Wisconsin.

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A road that was flooded in the community of Greene, north of Trumbull County, Ohio.

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A bridge in Kinsman, Ohio, was washed away after a nearby causeway overflowed in heavy rain. Crashed power lines lay in the rushing water.

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A bridge in Kinsman, Ohio, was washed away after a nearby causeway overflowed in heavy rain. About 30 houses were accessible only via this bridge.

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A bridge in Kinsman, Ohio, was washed away after a nearby causeway overflowed in heavy rain.

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A bridge in Kinsman, Ohio, was washed away after a nearby causeway overflowed.

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A bridge in Kinsman, Ohio, was washed away after a nearby causeway overflowed. Heavy rain.

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Storms that hit Sioux Falls, South Dakota on Saturday morning hit a few trees and branches in the surrounding streets. The police warned that some of the trees had also affected the traffic signals.

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Police in Sioux Falls found several trees and branches that fell over nearby streets. Reports from the storm reports of the National Weather Service report wind speeds in the range of up to 100 km / h.

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In strong winds to which the storm led, live wires were knocked down the collapse of a bridge in Kinsman, Ohio.


On Saturday morning, fast-flowing water washed away a bridge that, according to WKBN, was the only access to about 30 houses in Kinsman, Ohio.

The video, taken by the Kinsman Police Department, shows power lines in the rushing water that runs through the area where the bridge was located. It may have been knocked down by strong winds from the previous storm. The radar indicates that there was 4 to 7 inches of rainfall in northern Trumbull County early Saturday morning.

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According to WKBN, the dam on Kinsman Lake overturned and the water sloshed over the edge as the rain flooded the area. Kinsman Fiduciary Greg Leonhard told the news station that there are about 30 houses near the lake that are accessible only via the bridge.

Water rescue operations were carried out on Saturday afternoon as the floods continued.


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"The risk of severe thunderstorms and rainfall from flooding will continue to shift south and east until Monday, when the relief from the heatwave gradually sets in," said Pydynowski.

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