Residents in parts of Wayne County are cleaning up after Saturday Afternoon's storms.
According to the National Weather Service, a tornado briefly touched down about two miles Northeast of Raynor in Wayne County.
The tornado first touched down just north of Old Princeton Road at 3:12 pm Saturday.
The tornado initially blew in the garage door on brick house and ripped the roof from a mobile home nearby. Three people inside the mobile home at the time were not hurt.
The tornado then rolled another mobile home for nearly 20 yards before striking another mobile home.
A fourth mobile home was partially blow off of its foundation.
The National Weather Service stated that the path of the tornado was very narrow and was on the ground for only 75 yards.
Tornado warnings were in effect for that part of Wayne County at the time.
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