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About 200,000 people were affected by the storm in Fujian. Of those, 130,000 had to evacuate the area. The storm also flooded 32,000 hectares of cropland and destroyed 100 houses in southern parts of the province, a spokesman with the Fujian Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters said Monday.
The National Weather Service also reported flash-flooding in Keokuk and Iowa counties.
There is a slight risk for more severe storms tonight, with additional chances of storms on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, the weather service said.
Temperatures this week are expected to be about 90 degrees or higher, with humidity in the 60 percent to 70 percent range.
The scorching heat comes after a milder-than-average lead-up to summer, said Mindy Albrecht, a weather service meteorologist.
As much as eight inches of rain fell in the Holland area, and there was widespread flooding in the western Lower Penisula. The National Weather Service issued flood warnings for the Grand River and other rivers and streams for most of the southwest quadrant of Lower Michigan.
The weather service confirmed Sunday that three tornadoes touched down Friday night in Allegan and Kalamazoo counties, destroying or heavily damaging three homes and several other buildings. No injuries were reported.
Cleanup work continued Sunday as utility crews worked to restore power to those still blacked out by the storms.
CMS Energy Corp. had about 12,000 customers off-line at midday Sunday out of 119,000 who lost power, said spokeswoman Harmony Nowlin. She said the vast majority would have service back by midnight.
Late last night, Andres became the first named storm of the Eastern Pacific hurricane season, which began May 15 and ends November 30 and is typically busiest between July and September.
Andres was a late arrival. Forecasters say it's been 40 years since it took so long in the Eastern Pacific season for a named storm to come along.
BMC has already planned to keep the schools closed on 24 July 2009 since the tide level is record high of last 100 years on this day. Mumbaikars are, therefore, requested to cooperate with the administration by restricting their movements and certainly not to take their vehicles out on the roads these days.
Also, please advise your friends and relatives outside Mumbai not to plan a trip to Mumbai on these days. Pre- warning helps one to be prepared for emergencies. Emergency Preparedness helps in preventing personal disasters. Be prepared to take care of your family, especially the children.