Thunderstorm and tornado watches and warnings with the potential for severe weather had Mid-Michigan waiting out the storms Friday night.

Heavy rain and hail tore through most of the region, causing a minimal amount of damage.

Reports of golf-ball-sized hail came into our newsroom. The rain and thunder stormed through Mid-Michigan fast and furious, but left behind one colorful sky

The harrowing sound of a storm lurked in the shadows as Mid-Michigan bear down for the spring shower.

Peeking through the clouds and rain was a vision of prismatic color glowing in Davison Township's gray sky.

Hues of red and yellow painted Grand Blanc, and somewhere over the rainbow, the display doubled in Flint against a purple sky showing off bands of bright color.

Heavy rain saturated the streets as lightning tore down a power line in Tuscola Township, a live wire beneath the trees.

And in Frankenmuth, the McDonald's restaurant said the air conditioning unit may have been hit by lightning, but the exterior suffered no damage.

There were no report of any injuries in Frankenmuth. Restaurant officials say the fire department was sent as a precaution.

Crews were also on scene in Tuscola Township for the live wire, turning the power source off.