Major Flooding in Michigan

Today a dam broke and another is failing on the Tittabawassee River in Midland Michigan – roughly 110 miles north of Detroit. This will lead to the worst flooding that’s ever been recorded down stream.  Below is the projection in Midland Michigan. That’s 4 feet higher than the 500-year flood in 1986. Roughly 10,000 people are being evacuated to safety.

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