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WINTER WEATHER-MICH
(2008-02-11)
(wgvu) - BITTER COLD WEATHER ACCOMPANIED BY SNOW AND WINDS
GUSTING UP TO 48 MILES PER HOUR IS BEING BLAMED FOR AT LEAST ONE
DEATH IN MICHIGAN.
THE LEELANAU COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SAYS THE BODY OF A
MISSING 87-YEAR-OLD MAN WITH ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE WAS FOUND SUNDAY MORNING IN LELAND, ABOUT FIVE BLOCKS FROM HIS HOME.
THE HIGH WINDS LED TO THE CLOSING OF THE MACKINAC BRIDGE FOR
SEVERAL HOURS SUNDAY, WITH AUTHORITIES ARE SENDING VEHICLES
ACROSS AT SLOW SPEED UNDER POLICE ESCORT.
TEMPERATURES FELL INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS STATEWIDE SUNDAY, WITH READINGS OF 5 DEGREES AT 7 P.M. MAKING BENTON HARBOR AND COPPER
HARBOR THE STATE'S HOT SPOTS.

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