The National Weather Service has confirmed five tornadoes touched down in Michigan on Saturday.
The strongest was near Port Austin, in the Thumb Region. Forecasters say the EF-2 tornado had top winds of 120-miles per hour and was on the ground for about seven miles.
Locally, the National Weather Service confirmed a tornado in Mecosta County rated an EF-1, started around 3:33 p.m. on Saturday. It reached speeds of 90 mph, was 100 feet wide and traveled three miles. No fatalities or injuries were reported.
One barn was destroyed just south of the 80th Avenue and 5 Mile intersection, according to an alert from the National Weather Service. Some power lines also snapped before the storm ended around 3:41 p.m.