Friday's uncommon northern Michigan tornado killed one and injured more than 40.

Munson Healthcare spokesman Brian Lawson stated 23 individuals were hurt and 1 was killed.

One building appeared to be largely collapsed and a Goodwill store was badly damaged.

When they emerged, the fast food restaurant's windows were blown out and her truck was on its top.

Eddie Thrasher, 55, was outside an auto parts business when he saw the storm.

Extreme winds are rare in northern Michigan because the Great Lakes absorb storm energy, especially in early spring.

cold front from Wisconsin impacted hot, humid air over Gaylord, with shifting winds in the lower atmosphere.

"Alpine Village" Gaylord will commemorate its 100th birthday this year with a parade and open house at City Hall.

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