Michigan saw its share of severe weather last weekend, and according to the National Weather Service, a total of five tornadoes touched down across the state.
The most severe tornado caused damage in Port Austin, where an EF-2 level tornado touched down on Saturday evening (June 26).
County by county, Ionia County saw two tornadoes, while Clare County, Huron County and Mecosta County each got one.
Some of the damage across the counties included damaged trees, siding, a bard wall and more.
In Wayne county on Saturday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a State of Emergency due to the severe flooding.