Severe weather topples trees in SE Michigan

A tree was knocked down during severe weather July 12, 2017 on Lauder Street in Detroit. (WDIV)

DETROIT – Severe weather is starting to move into southeastern Michigan. 

High wind already has toppled some trees on Detroit's west side. These photos are from Lauder Street and Freeland Street:

No injuries have been reported. 

Meanwhile, a flood watch is in effect until Thursday morning in Metro Detroit. Local 4Caster Ben Bailey said an isolated tornado is possible Thursday evening and into the night, but chances are low. 

Read Ben's full forecast here.

DTE Energy is tracking power outages. Be sure to stay on top of the outages here.

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