This F4 tornado killed 116 people and injured 844 when it tore across Michigan's Lower Peninsula on June 8, 1953.
Read on to learn more about some of the most devastating tornadoes in U.S. history.
This photograph shows the ruins of the Longfellow School in Murphysboro, Ill. where 17 children were killed by the March 18, 1925 Tri-State tornado - the deadliest tornado in U.S. history.
The massive tornado traveled 300 miles from southeast Missouri to Indiana and killed 695 people in total.
New Richmond, Wis.
This panoramic view shows the destruction in New Richmond after a cyclone destroyed the area, killing 117 people on June 12, 1899.
St. Louis, Mo.
255 people lost their lives in this May 27, 1896 tornado.
This photograph shows Gainesville buildings that were destroyed by an April 6, 1936 tornado that killed 203 people.
The tornado that ripped through Joplin, killing 158 people, on May 22, 2011 was the deadliest single tornado in the U.S. in 60 years.
114 people perished in this tornado which tore through downtown Waco on May 11, 1953.
On April 9, 1947, 181 people were killed by this F5 tornado.
Desolation at 30th and Hamilton Streets in Omaha after a March 23, 1913 tornado killed 103 people.
A view of Assumption College in Worcester, Ma. after a devastating tornado killed 90 people along the storm's 46-mile path through Massachusetts on June 9, 1953.