The National Weather Service is confirming that a tornado touched down in Taylor as part of last night's storms that pounded southeast Michigan.
According to coordinates released by the National Weather Service, the path of the tornado took it right over the Meijer and Southland Mall in Taylor on Eureka Road.
The tornado touched down at 12:44 a.m. and lasted for two minutes. it was rated as an EF-0, damaging three buildings.
Video posted to social media appears to catch the tornado on the ground.
We tried getting home
Every turn had floods
Until one had fire...
I've never been so scared
During a tornado warning.
Literally thought tonight was God's way of saying this is the end of the road.
Thank God he gave us a way out though #Thankful pic.twitter.com/uFKwdziYCq
— MιкαуƖαн (@_superdupermac) August 1, 2018
An EF-0 tornado has week winds, between 65 and 85 miles per hour.
There are no reports of any injuries.