Sunday, September 2, 2012
The leading edge of the storm system that moved up the center of the continent on Saturday showed up in Michigan last night. The system, a strong remnant of Hurricane Isaac, brought a bank of clouds to our part of Michigan. States south of us in the drought stricken areas of the Midwest received rains from the storms generated by Isaac.
Here's a view of the system's edge at sunset as seen along Ruth Road in Sanilac County, shortly after 8 pm on Saturday night. The cornfields and wind turbines provide the contrast in this image of a powerful storm as it moved north.
Wanda Hayes Eichler