REPUBLIC, Mich. (WWJ/AP) – Officials say two tornadoes damaged trees as severe storms moved across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

No injuries were reported from Tuesday’s storms.

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The National Weather Service says the first tornado was detected near Republic in Marquette County around 2:30 p.m., snapping pine trees more than 12 inches in diameter.

Meteorologist Justin Titus, with the NWS in Marquette, said a second tornado was detected about 3 p.m. near Greenwood Reservoir in Marquette County, damaging trees.

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“We sent a survey crew out and there’s some places we can’t get to, just with that being a forest area, but everything we saw was damage to trees,” Titus told WWJ’s Beth Fisher. “There was a trampoline [damaged] but no structural damage.”

The tornadoes were considered relatively weak. Titus said schools in the area were placed on lockdown as a precaution when the tornado warning was issued.

In the coming days, thunderstorms are possible throughout the state.

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