MeteoTsunami Spotted On Lake Michigan Near Traverse City

A large complex of thunderstorms that parked out over Lake Michigan on Saturday afternoon produced what’s known as a meteotsunami. Translated literally, a meteotsunami means a large wave caused by weather. Strong winds combined with a drop in pressure pushed water toward the eastern Lake Michigan shoreline and then rippled south, into Grand Traverse Bay.

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