The National Weather Service confirms that a tornado touched down in West Michigan Sunday.

The storms that swept through Michigan produced heavy wind and rain for much of the Lower Peninsula. The EF-0 tornado produced winds that were estimated to be 75-80 miles per hour, touching down on Barry County at 6:25 pm.

Damage to several structures was reported and the tornado is said to have downed several trees. Fortunately, no injuries or deaths have been reported.

In the second video below, WZZM reports that significant damage was reported at a Montcalm County cemetery on Michigan's west side. Crews from the National Weather Service will determine if that storm activity is to be classified as a tornado or not.