Severe thunderstorms are winding down across West Michigan, leaving a trail of downed trees and power lines in their wake.

Most severe weather reports are of hail and heavy rains.

There are reports of some trees down and lightning strikes of homes and power lines.

The West Michigan Whitecaps game for tonight has been postponed. They will play two 7-inning games tomorrow.

Muskegon County had reports of dime-sized hail, 60 mph winds and heavy rains that are causing some flooding on roads. As of 3pm, the storm has passed Muskegon.

The Muskegon Summer Celebration midway was washed out and closed for about an hour, but will be reopening at 5:30pm. Tonight's concert is expected to take place as scheduled. If you had a Dollar Days ticket for today, they will be honored tomorrow from noon until 5pm.

Consumers Energy says almost 17,000 customers are without power in Grand Rapids and 28,500 are without power in Kent County. Over 15,000 customers are without power in Muskegon County and also 15,000 are without power in Ottawa County. Approximately 82,000 customers are without power around the state.

We have taken reports in the Information Center of:

Newaygo - 3 ยฝ inches of water
Hudsonville - pea-sized hail
Jenison - Pea -ized hail
7 Mile Road by Lincoln Lake - Large tree down
Grandville - Dime-sized hail York Creek Apartments (Alpine Township) - Severe Flooding
Fulton and Fuller - Severe Flooding
Cutlerville and Gaines - High winds and torrential rains
Bailey - Pea sized hail
Grand Haven - Small hail
Walker - ยพ quarter inch hail, marble sized hail
10 mile and Division - Hail
North of Ravenna - Pea sized hail
Lamont - Pea sized hail
Spring Lake - Pea sized hail, lightning
Allendale - quarter-inch hail
Norton Shores - cloud to ground lightning
Muskegon - rain, lightning and marble-sized hail
Holton - marble-sized hail
Grand Haven - Pea-sized hail
Wolf Lake - Grape-sized hail and flooded yards
Brooks and Evanston area - Quarter-inch sized hail, cloud to ground lightning