Thursday, June 22, 2006

Power out, tornadoes reported around Lenawee

Up to 5,000 electricity customers from Lenawee County are without power today after last night's downpour, which included reports of a tornadoes throughout the area.
Most the power outages are in the Adrian area, particularly Adrian Township and Madison Township.
Power should be back on throughout the county by 11 p.m., a Consumers spokesman told The Toledo Blade.
WTOL-TV Toldedo reported this morning that "authorities say a tornado touched down in Lenawee County near Manitou Beach," which is close to Devils Lake.
The Blade reports today that "there was a report of a possible tornado at 5:47 p.m. along Burton Road three miles south of Addison in Lenawee County."
"At 6:13 p.m., a trained weather observer reported seeing a funnel cloud four miles north of Adrian," according to The Blade.
More bad weather and rain is expected later today.
Consumers Energy estimates 4,830 customers are without power, The Blade reported at 12:29 p.m. today.


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