FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The National Weather Service says three tornadoes struck Wayne and Monroe counties during Tuesday night’s storms.
It says an EF-1 storm with peak winds of 95-100 mph traveled 4.3 miles in Monroe County’s Frenchtown Township, ripping roofing from homes, blowing out windows and pushing in garage doors.
Another EF-1 tornado with estimated peak winds of 95-100 mph traveled 3.3 miles in Gibraltar in Wayne County, partially blowing off a roof and downing trees and large limbs.
It says an EF-0 tornado with estimated peak winds of 60-65 mph traveled 4 miles through Monroe and Wayne counties, downing trees and limbs and blowing shingles off a house.
No injuries were reported.