The deadly EF3 tornado resulted from several weather variables coming together at once in a rare event for northern Michigan, according to the NWS.
A rare tornado barreled through a small Michigan community Friday, killing at least two people, injuring dozens and leaving wreckage in its wake.
At least 44 people were treated at nearby hospitals for their injuries after a tornado touched down in Gaylord and tore through the northern Michigan town of 3,600 residents about 230 miles northwest of Detroit. Two people were killed by the storm, according to Michigan State Police. At least one person was not accounted for by Saturday morning.
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Not something often seen in Michigan
It was not bad it looks like
Bet you think it’s a big weather control device somewhere in space clown
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What exactly is a great freight train? What makes a freight train great?