A slight risk day was issued for southwest Michigan.  A rather small amount of warmth and moisture ahead of a well-timed shortwave were forecasted for this day. Shear and Helicity were perfect for an outbreak of supercells. Without much instability to work with, a full-on Tornado outbreak was not expected. A few tornadoes however were possible give the setup. 

We found ourselves on one of the best storms of the day. We watched it approach from west of Paw Paw, MI until about Lake Doster.  Unfortunately these storms were moving well over 45 knots. Keeping up with them was a challenge.  This storm did result in a tornado warning due to rotation on radar, however no tornado had been spawned or confirmed. But it looked very close to producing! around the same time that day, a tornado did form briefly in the Mt. Pleasant area.