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VERNON, Mich. (AP) – Recently a powerful storm system that moves through the Midwest (always local):

The authorities say that there are four thornadoes in mid-Michigan during a storm that was moving fast and broke across the state.

Danny Costello, a National Weather Service meteorologist, says two thornadoes that met Thursday in Shiawassee County. Housing damage was reported, with power being targeted at thousands of utility customers.

Two tornado were also touched in nearby Genesee County.

No injuries were reported.

The first tornado struck down around 6:45 p.m. Thursday near Corunna. The second one went down at 7:03 p.m. to the southeast around Vernon, about 21 miles (34 kilometers) southwest of Flint. The officials say that a second tornado approached a nearby Durand about 7:05 p.m.

The tornadoes met Genesee County met the Flushing area just after 7 m.m. and just before 7:30 pm. near Genesee Township.

During Lower Michigan, heavy thunderstorms, watches, floods, high winds and hail were due to the late winter storm system reaching across the Midwest.

President Donald Trump says he spoke to Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts is proposing the first responders and emergency response teams for "doing a great job" with flooding, high winds and road closures.

Trump trumped on Friday that the people of Nebraska and the Midwest, particularly farmers and ranchers, are feeling the effects of bad weather.

Thousands of people are encouraged to evacuate them along eastern Nebraska rivers as a late winter storm system pushed streams and rivers from their banks across the Midwest.

Some residents in almost 30 communities along Missouri, Platte and Elkhorn were asked to evacuate.

The winter weather after power is achieved for a plant that deals with wastewater that drains from the King Gold Mine in southwestern Colorado.

The US Environmental Protection Agency says that volatile electricity stops the plant on Thursday night.

The agency says it does not believe that drinking water will be affected by drift, although long-term quenching could affect fish.

The EPA's Cynthia Peterson spokesperson said that Friday operators were unable to access the plant as at least one of the operators was blocking the access road. She says it would take several days to clear the road.

The plant can be operated remotely.

The plant was installed after the EPA inadvertently encouraged wastewater discharges from the Gold King in 2015, polluting rivers in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers confirms that there is an emergency situation for most of the state such as heavy rain and melting flood roads, parks and communities.

Evers issued the declaration in an executive order Friday afternoon. The order directs all state agencies to assist in responding and recovery and gives authority to Maj. General Donald Dunbar activates the units of the National Guard of Wisconsin as he deems necessary.

Many major roads have flooded the state. Rescuers in Duck Lac were forced to move residents to higher ground after flooding along the Fond du Lac River. Flooding along the Eastern River in Green Bay has forced some residents to evacuate. Green Bay also closed on Friday school.

Iowa signed Gov. Kim Reynolds announced a disaster manifest that would enable an additional 15 counties in Iowa to be eligible for grant aid to repair homes and cars and replace food or clothing caused by flooding.

Reynolds on Friday added the counties to the list that were eligible for state aid for the 21 counties of north and west Iowa which she included in a Thursday declaration of disaster.

Reynolds has also activated the state's emergency operations center to co-ordinate flood response and help monitor rapidly changing conditions.

The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings to parts of Iowa and says that some roads and parks could continue flooding next week.

The authorities say that Michael Lee Gomez, 20 years old and Olivia Megan Schack, who was 19 years old, from Arvada, found Fridays west of Bhoulder.

They were camping Tuesday. The snow hit southeast Wyoming and Colorado's north-east on Wednesday and Thursday, and both of them took refuge in their car.

Danny Costello, a meteorologist of the National Weather Service, says two thornados that met Thursday in Shiawassee County. It was reported that houses were damaged, and the power was targeted at thousands.

Officials are also looking into your potential republic in nearby Genesee County.

No injuries were reported.

Costello said survey teams were out on Friday evenings collecting data on the storm and damage.

The first tornado struck down around 6:45 p.m. Thursday near Corunna. The second one went down at 7:03 p.m. to the southeast around Vernon, about 21 miles (34 kilometers) southwest of Flint. The officials say that a second tornado approached a nearby Durand about 7:05 p.m.

During Lower Michigan, there were heavy thunderstorms, watches, floods, high winds and hail.

Authorities say that Interstate 29 stopped by Missouri state due to flooding.

The Iowa Department of Transport website shows the section or part of it shut down for about 85 miles (136.79 kilometers), from around Missouri Valley to the Missouri state line. Drivers are targeted on alternative routes.

Said Missouri Gov. Mike Parson in the news release that northwest Missouri has severe floods approaching roads and affecting homeowners and farmers.

The governor states that the state is working with Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa to prepare plans for transport in anticipation of emerging mains flood waters.

The Missouri National Guard is temporarily relocating the 139th C-130s on the Airlift Wing from Rosecrans National Air Garda Base in St. Joseph's as a precautionary measure.

Prime Minister Omaha Fire Dan Olsen says that the Thursday saw many people caught up by rising flood waters in County Douglas, including some front-of-life lifeboats who interfered with the Elkhorn River.

This rescue took place late Thursday next to Fremont, where two boats were transported by seven rescue crew members seeking a family whose basement walls had fallen into floods. Nebraska State Patrol helicopters were used to pull crew members from frigid water.

Olsen says that some of them were in the water "for a long time." The staff returned to Fremont hospital were treated for treatment and are expected to survive fully.

Officials say the family chose to stay at home.

Thousands of people are encouraged to move them along the eastern rivers of Nebraska as a very late winter storm pushed streams and rivers out of their bank across the Midwest.

There are officials in Omaha, Nebraska, and surrounding communities asking anyone living in Missouri rivers, Platte and Elkhorn to leave their homes.

In Sarpy County south of Omaha, approximately 1,200 people were requested for a Missouri area and a further 1,400 along Platte and Elkhorn rivers escape. In Douglas County, people were asked in about 200 houses along the Platte and Elkhorn departure.

Douglas County Commissioner Mary Ann Borgeson says "Things are moving and changing rapidly," and people must follow instructions.

US Coast Guard says all traffic on the Missouri River from about 50 miles south of Omaha, Nebraska, down the river to St. Joseph, Missouri, due to high river water levels.

The order came Friday. The Coast Guard and Engineers' Corps of Engineers also asked that each operator create a river vessel as little as possible between St. Joseph's down the river to Kansas City to minimize levee damage.

Officials say the restrictions will be lifted as soon as flooding improves.

The restrictions come as the river reached a moderate flood phase at almost 32 feet on Friday at Omaha, where it is expected to be almost 34 feet on Monday, according to the National Weather Service. It is expected that the river will be disturbed at St Joseph's on Tuesday at just over 30 feet. St. Joseph's has a high flooded 27 feet.

A huge storm later in winter has fallen heavy snow and rain in the Upper Midwest after increasing flood concerns in the Red River Valley in North Dakota and Minnesota.

The National Weather Service states that “significant” snowfalls are likely to occur in the spring. The chances that the river reaches a major flood phase in Fargo, North Dakota, have increased from 50 percent last week to 90 percent now.

Floods were recorded 10 years ago in the neighboring cities of Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota. Both cities have taken some action, such as buying a house and levees ever since.

The river crested at about 41 feet in 2009. The latest prospect states that less than 10 percent of that is happening this year. But moderate flooding is still expected throughout the harbor.

Officials in eastern Nebraska are still evacuating communities around rivers flowing their banks after heavy rain and huge snow melt.

Sarpy County officials urged all residents directly along Platte and Missouri rivers to Friday morning to evacuate as their water levels rose. Sheriff's Office Sarpy County says that the Missouri River levee has been violated south of Bellevue.

Officials also ordered the evacuation of Friday morning of Villa Springs, a small lake community near the Platte River and Springfield, just south-east of Omaha.

The city of Glen, just to the west of Omaha, was placed on the alert on Friday to be ready to evacuate if the Elkhorn River rises further.

United States Army Engineers Corps are increasing releases from dam along the Missouri River in southeastern South Dakota as the water goes obsolete across the region due to a very late winter storm.

The Corps says there is little storage capacity behind the Gavins Point Dam for runoff. This prompted the issues, which could reduce flooding further down.

But the agency says it is helping with levee monitoring and other flood response measures.

Issues from Fort Randall Dam upstream were stopped to create more capabilities behind Gavins Point. No release from Fort Randall is expected for several days.

The Corps is working with the National Weather Service to monitor conditions. The weather service issued flood warnings along the Missouri River and its tributaries from southeast South Dakota to St. Louis in Missouri.

Interstate 29 between Fargo and the Canadian border in eastern North Dakota is now open to travel. KFGO radio reports that snow snow driver cleaned a path on Interstate 94 in southeastern Dakota Dakota Thursday for an ambulance that was required to get a patient to a hospital.

The state government in South Dakota is also returning in the normal way as travel conditions improve. Most of the offices were closed over the last two days due to bad weather and treacherous travel conditions.

Heavy rain is falling on top of the frozen earth after evacuation along rivers in Wisconsin, Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa. Meteorologists say that the floods are likely to last the weekend in states where frozen land is preventing rainfall and snowfall entering the soil.

No Friday morning travel is indicated in areas near Fargo, North Dakota, as heavy snow and poor visibility have prompted two closures.

In South Dakota, schools in Rapid City are closed as authorities dig. Floods on the other side of the state encouraged Sioux Falls officials to go door-to-door and evacuate residents from homes.

There are a number of major roads in Wisconsin that cannot be passed. In du du Lac, rescuers were forced to move residents to higher ground after flooding on the Fond du Lac River.

The authorities say a tornado was snatched through the middle of Michigan, causing damage to homes and taking off thousands late Thursday. The State police said the first responders said that at least 21 houses were damaged, although no injuries were reported.

A late winter storm system continues to go around the Midwest. He will send rain and snow into Minnesota and Illinois on Friday.

The storm left that flooding was rapidly evolving in parts of eastern Nebraska and Iowa, where residents had evacuated from their homes, roads had been cleared out in communities, and farmers were concerned that the t all livestock water.

The National Weather Service states that the system is expected to migrate into southern Minnesota and parts of Illinois, including Chicago, Friday, followed by rainfall. But the meteorologist Paul Fajman in Omaha says that the effects are not expected to be as bad as that seen further west and south.

Exciting parts of Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska west Wednesday.


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