This study has two goals. The first is to identify if the MCV in question is a typical MCV. The synoptic environment shows development in an area of 500 mb ridging with a shortwave upstream. A nocturnal 850 mb low-level jet assisted in the formation of convection that resulted in the MCV over Iowa. Potential Vorticity (PV) analysis shows the development of a positive PV anomaly at 600 mb in association with the MCV. This storm developed along the outflow boundary of the MCV, maintained itself while crossing Lake Michigan, and intensified over Mount Pleasant. This storm exhibited a unique structure with rotation influencing the echo training that resulted in heavy rain. Precipitable Water over Mount Pleasant at the time of the storm showed values maximizing at 2.24 inches, above the 99th percentile climatological average.