GAYLORD (WWJ) – Photos circulating online of a possible tornado touching down in northern Michigan.

National Weather Service meteorologist Jeff Lutz says there was some severe weather, but a tornado in Gaylord hasn’t quite been confirmed yet:

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” We saw a thunderstorm that started to rotate pretty decently on the radar and we issued a tornado warning,” says Lutz. “We haven’t gotten any specific damage reports out of it yet, but we have had several pictures of what looks to be a funnel cloud or something at least coming into contact with the ground over in western Antrim County.”

“We do have local law enforcement checking into it — as well as — we will be sending a survey crew tomorrow morning to see what damage was done if the funnel cloud actually made contact with the ground.”

Lutz says it’s important to coordinate a plan with your family in the event of a tornado.

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What’s happening locally? [Check the DTE outage map]

DTE  says about 16,000 of its customers are in the dark from downed power lines resulting from the storms.

After Wednesday’s storms — DTE had restored power to all but about 5,500 customers, but today’s storms added another 10,000 customers to the outage number.

DTE officials say more storms are expected Friday — which could leave even more people without power.

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