"Damage to roofing and trees occurred at three locations in the path of this brief tornado. In addition, lawn furniture and steps from a wrap-around deck was tossed and scattered. A large outdoor shed was shifted and a garage heavily damaged.
A roof was torn off a pole barn in the immediate area as well as shingles and siding to a few residences. A pop-up camper was also destroyed."
The National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-0 tornado touched down in Ingham County as strong storms passed through the area on Sunday, November 17.
The tornado touchdown occurred near the intersection of Tuttle Rd. and Annis Rd. in Leslie Township
The Ingham County Sheriff's Office - Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, conducted a damage survey of the area, and the National Weather Service made the final determination that a tornado had touched down briefly.
Damage was reported in three locations in the area of the touchdown. Trees and roofs sustained damage, and outdoor furniture was scattered. A pole barn lost its roof, and residences lost shingles and siding. A pop-up camper was also destroyed.