Severe weather moved into southeastern Michigan Thursday night.
But by 9 p.m. the tornado watches were canceled by the National Weather Service.
"There could still be some rain showers and heavy downpours," said FOX 2's Rich Luterman.
At about 7:20, Tornado watches were issued for Wayne, Macomb, Oakland, Monroe and Livingston.
At 8:20 p.m. severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near Southfield to Flat Rock. Wind gusts of about 60 miles per hour have been reported.
Two counties were under Tornado Warnings in southeastern Michigan.