After severe storms rolled through Tuesday night, lots of damage was reported around Michigan. According to WILX.com, The National Weather Service has confirmed that three separate tornadoes touched down in southwest Michigan as the unseasonable storms rolled through.

The tornadoes touched down in Dowagiac, Niles, and Vandalia, Michigan. All three were categorized as EF-1 tornadoes packing wind speeds peaking at 105-110 MPH.

In Dowagiac, one tornado was on the ground for 5 miles, destroying two mobile homes and causing damage to several homes. The tornado in Niles hit the downtown district, causing damage to properties in a five block radius. And, the Vandalia tornado traveled 2.7 miles on the ground, uprooting numerous trees, damaging a church, and twisting a house on its foundation.

No injuries have been reported.