West Michigan saw the most intense round of severe weather of the season on Thursday evening August 24 following two days of imposing muggy, humid air.
The severe weather lit up radars around 8PM with a radar-indicated tornado warning issued for Kent County in addition to a severe thunderstorm warning.

Severe weather has moved out of West Michigan. Now the clean-up is in front of us. Check out these videos and images captured during and after the severe weather outbeak.

See the first videos and images from the Late August Severe Weather Outbreak in Grand Rapids

This video gives you the eerie feeling of tornado sirens in the area.

WOOD-TV's traffic cam captured this video of the storm rolling in.

WOOD-TV's John Hogan shared these still photographs of downed trees and blocked roads in northeast Grand Rapids.

This image shows a large tree down in a backyard of a residence near downtown GR.

Stately oaks near the Veterans Home on Monroe Avenue fell victim to the storm. Monroe is reported blocked.

Intense Rainfall in Grand Rapids
Tornado Sirens on the southside of downtown Grand Rapids
Tornado sirens in East Grand Rapids
Intense lightning in EGR
Storm Tracker in Traffic During Grand Rapids Tornado

Tornado Damage Reports

After the storm came through, damage reports have as well. Radar debris signatures place a possible touchdown in Alpine Township/Belmont area. (Any confirmation of a tornado will come from the National Weather Service after they have surveyed the damage.)

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