This just knocks me for a loop. The Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes in Michigan's northern lower peninsula, along with towns nearby were hit with severe storms on Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. and lasting for 12 hours. We were there on Wednesday climbing those enormous sand dunes and we then ate a late afternoon supper at a neat place in Glen Arbor. I just can't believe what I've just read.
Here is a picture put on Twitter for the Weather channel's Jim Cantore of the incoming storm.