High winds, lake levels cause flooding in Michigan

Rain, wind and record-high water levels in Metro Detroit.

MONROE COUNTY, Mich. – High winds and high lake levels are causing flooding along the shoreline in Michigan.

Monroe County is seeing some of the worst of it. The winds didn’t let up much on Tuesday and waves crashed along break walls. Residents had to fight off incoming water.

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Flooding was also particularly bad in places like Luna Pier and LaSalle. A lot of water was pushed into yards and homes.

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Heavy rain, high winds cause flooding in Monroe County.