Afternoon storms caused damage in eastern Ingham county, Thursday.
WILX.com found toppled trees and utility poles at 45 degree angles.
One long-time resident said its the worst storm she's seen in years.
The hardest hit area appears to be in the Williamstown and Webbervile areas.
The Ingham County Sheriff's Department issued a caution to drivers in the northeast areas of Williamstown Township and Locke Township due to numerous road hazards from broke trees and downed power lines.
The sheriff's department is asking motorists to show down and be more alert for hazards and crews out removing debris.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 10PM Thursday for mid-Michigan.
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