Tornado warnings that were issued for parts of Oakland and Macomb Counties were both lifted around 8:30 p.m. Saturday as a severe storm pushed into the Metro Detroit area.
The tornado warning was issued just before 8 p.m. for parts of both counties and included Pontiac, Troy, Rochester Hills, Warren, Sterling Heights, and more.
The Macomb County tornado warning was dropped by 8:20 p.m., 10 minutes before it was set to expire.
Rotation spotted in the Oakland County area, which was focused north of West Bloomfield around 8:15, was pushing east in Pontiac and moving southeast at 25 MPH.
The Oakland County warning was set to expire at 8:45 p.m. but was lifted a little before 8:30 p.m.
It's unknown if a tornado ever touched down anywhere in Metro Detroit Saturday night.
However, winds of 65 mph were measured in West Bloomfield when the storm pushed into the area.
What the green sky means
If you look out your window, you may see the sky has a bit of a yellow or green tint to it. This is caused by the amount of water in the atmosphere.
This is not indicative of a tornado being nearby.
Severe weather warnings
As the thunderstorm pushed south and into Detroit, a flash flood warning was issued for all three counties - Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne Counties - until 12:45 a.m. on Sunday.
Additionally, severe Thunderstorm Warnings are also in place in Wayne and Washtenaw Counties until 9:30 p.m. on Saturday.
A special marine warning was issued for the Michigan side of Lake Erie and along the Detroit River.
FOX 2's Charlie Langton was riding in a car on Woodward near 12 Mile in Royal Oak and reported multiple inches of water on the road.
Stay with FOX 2 for more information as this storm pushes into the area.