The National Weather Service offices in Grand Rapids and Detroit spent today (August 25) assessing damage from the tornado outbreak that swept Michigan's Lower Peninusla during the evening of August 25.

In total 5 tornados were confirmed across the region.

EF1 Tornado in Grand Rapids

The National Weather Service says an EF1 with peak wind speed of 110 miles per hour was on the ground for 8.7 miles extending from north of Comstock Park to northeast of Belmont. The touchdown began near Peach Ridge Ave and 9 Mile Road passing just west of Rockford High School. The most significant damage was seen around the area of Alpine Ave and 7 Mile Road.

WZZM captured video of the aftermath.

Central and Southeast Michigan Tornados

After the storms passed Kent County, eastern Michigan saw significant storms as well.

Ingham County Tornado

The NWS is also surveying damage near Lansing. The official survey has not yet been released as of publication, but this event may turn out to be the most destructive and deadly. MLive is reporting that the damage was extensive along I-96 including overturned semis and a fatality of a man in his car.

MLive captured this footage of a farm in the area.

Canton EF0 Tornado

A weak tornado with 80 mile-per-hour winds was on the ground for 1.7 miles This storm uprooted trees with the worst damage near Sheldon Road.

Belleville EF1 Tornado

A tornado with a peak wind speed of 90 mph passed through Belleville and was on the ground for 3 miles passing near Mobile Manor Trailor Park. Trees were downed and uprooted in this event and houses lost siding.

Newport EF1 Tornado

Just north of Monroe a tornado touched down for 4.8 miles with peak wind speeds of 100 mph. The Frenchtown Villa trailer park saw the worst of the damage with roofs torn off homes and one manufactured home flipped over. The tornado crossed I-75 near the Meijer distribution plant.

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