GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado hit near Lansing Friday evening.

A tornado touched down around two miles west of Perry, a city northeast of Lansing in Shiawassee county, around 7:51 p.m., according to the NWS. The tornado then intensified as it moved into downtown Perry, producing substantial tree and roof damage. It then lifted just east of downtown at around 8:03 p.m.

At its strongest, the EF-1 tornado produced winds up to 95 mph and had a maximum width of 430 yards. Damage throughout the city prompted officials to declare a state of emergency.

A video captured by Andrew Tipton, taken around 8 p.m. Friday on I-69 at the Perry exit, showed a potential tornado.

The city asked residents to stay home Friday night, saying there were multiple downed power lines and dangerous conditions. The city also asked residents to limit their sewer usage because of strained pumping stations and power outages.

On Saturday, the situation was resolved, and crews worked to restore power to much of the city.

City officials said Friday evening there were no injuries reported.

Reports of a funnel cloud also prompted a tornado warning to be issued in parts of Jackson County, though no tornado touchdown was confirmed as of late Friday.

In West Michigan, a few storms became strong, though no tornadoes were reported.