National Weather Service crews are heading out to at least two parts of Michigan to survey damage from a Midwestern storm that hit the state.
The weather service says tornado watches expired without any confirmed as of Monday morning, but a possible brief tornado was reported in Newaygo County's Croton Township.
Meteorologist Evan Webb in Grand Rapids says a crew will be in that area Monday. He says another will be looking at an area between Kalamazoo and Lansing where storm damage was reported. Heavy rains also flooded some roadways in the state.
In southeastern Michigan and the northern Lower Peninsula, the weather service says damage mostly was downed trees, branches and power lines.
In Michigan's Upper Peninsula, 1 to 3 inches of snow was possible by Monday afternoon.