ALLEGAN, Mich. – Officials in Michigan say tornadoes have destroyed or heavily damaged at least three homes and several other buildings in the western part of the state.
No injuries were reported after the twisters struck late Saturday.
The National Weather Service said the first tornado touched down near the city of Allegan. It destroyed one house, blew the roof off another, and destroyed or heavily damaged three other buildings.
The weather service said the second twister destroyed one building near the town of Otsego in Kalamazoo County.
The third tornado tore the roof off a house near Richland in Kalamazoo County.
Kansas also had severe weather Saturday with high wind and possible tornadoes that blew down trees and power lines and caused two minor injuries.