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Winter Storms in Michigan

12/21/2017 (Permalink)

As we welcome winter in Michigan we know that the weather can change in the snap of a finger. When a blizzard comes into town we must make sure we know what we are dealing with. A blizzard is a severe snowstorm characterized by strong sustained winds of at least 35 Miles per hour and lasting for an extended amount of time (usually 3 hours or more). A ground blizzard is a weather condition in which snow is not actively falling but loose snow on the ground is blown by strong winds.

Damage from blizzards can be severe and costly if not properly taken care of. Power outages can occur due to strong winds and heavy snow. Temperatures quickly drop below zero, especially with the wind chill. Ice, snow, and winds can cause falling trees, roof cave-ins, and windows breaking. 

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