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    It's Flooding In Michigan. More Dams Breached

    With this rain, dams are breached in Midland
    The Edenville Dam in Gladwin County has been breached, according to a Midland County 911 alert that sounded at about 5:43 p.m. Tuesday, May 19. Residents of Edenville and Sanford are told to evacuate immediately. All Midland residents west of Eastman Road and south of U.S. 10 need to evacuate due to the dam collapse.

    I've driven over that dam B4

    https://www.ourmidland.com/news/arti...s-15281658.php

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    arf link too many videos too link. Titabawawa river should crest 38" above flood stage ??
    https://www.ar15.com/forums/General/...hed/5-2329939/
    Last edited by BucketBack; 05-20-2020 at 02:58 AM. Reason: More dams, more rain, add arf link
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    It's flooding in Edenville too.

    from the comments.

    "Whenever I listen to Stevie Ray Vaughan... my neighbors do too!"

    Mine wood 2, but I blew out my surround sound amp, and blew up my front speakers

    * note to self---Turn the volume down a little from 11, B4 switching sources.

    That happened a couple months ago, not this week.

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    I'm sure the Muskegon River is high, with Holloway, Roger's, Hardy, and Croton Dams Flood Gates Open.

    The DeadStream Swamp ain't so "Dead" now.
    Last edited by BucketBack; 05-20-2020 at 02:06 AM. Reason: Forgot 'bout Roger's
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    Roads closed across Mid-Michigan counties due to flooding

    Arenac County Sheriff’s Department stated that US-23 has been closed between M-65 and Standish due to possible bridge damage and water over the road. Motorists are advised to take M-65 north to M-55 to I-75 if southbound, I-75 north to M-55 if northbound.

    US-23 is also reported to be closed at Omer with the Arenac County Sheriff’s Department advising travelers to avoid the city.

    North Forest Lake Road near Alger coming in off Maple Ridge and Yarish Road are also examples of the many roads closed in Arenac County. Maple Ridge is washed over between Seder Road and Voughtmans Cable/Dunn Farm, according to the Alger Fire Department.

    The Arenac County Sheriff’s Department evacuated the areas around Townline, Pinnacle, Franklin Trail, and Miller roads today due to flooding.

    Meanwhile, Bay County Central Dispatch indicated that North Mackinaw Road between East Neuman Road and East Pinconning Road were closed until further notice due to water over the roadway. Westside Saginaw Road, or M-84, between Delta Road and 3 Mile is also closed due to flooding.

    Many other Bay County roads are closing, with the Hampton Township Public Safety Department reporting that Arms Road between Knight and Finn Road is now closed.
    https://www.mlive.com/news/saginaw-b...-flooding.html
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    The Grand and Muskegon both are a tad high today.
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    Wow, sounds bad up there. Any OTP people up that way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJC44 View Post
    Wow, sounds bad up there. Any OTP people up that way?

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    East of deer camp.

    Nobody I know up there. My wife has some welfare rat relatives there though. Free fish in there living rooms?

    "If its free its for me" well there ya go free shelter and free food at the school shelter Witchmore set up.


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