STAYTON, OR (KPTV) – The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for areas in Marion County and Linn County on Monday afternoon.
The National Weather Service in Portland tweeted that firefighters near Jefferson have a potential tornado in the Marion area, moving east.
People in this area were advised to take shelter immediately.
The Tornado Alert was issued for an area that included Stayton, Sublimity, and Scio. The warning area covers nearly 17,000 people, 11 schools and a hospital.
The warning was attached at 16 o'clock. Monday
At 4:02 pm, the National Weather Service reported that the tornado warning had ended. The storm weakened and the meteorologists said they did not believe it would produce another tornado.
Photo of a funnel cloud / potential tornado near Marion, OR a few minutes ago. 📷: Nichole Overturf pic.twitter.com/ vSkwoFegit
̵1; Brian MacMillan (@BMacTV) 29. October 2018
TORNADO WARNING has expired for the area of Marion, Scio and Stayton.
– FOX 12 KPTV Weather (@ fox12weather) October 29, 2018
Another likely tornado occurred in the forest area. He arrived at 14:17, according to FOX 12 meteorologists. A gardener owner in the area reported several greenhouses that were destroyed by the alleged tornado.
Another tornado struck Washington Co. today at 2:17 pm on the north side of Forest Grove. A gardener says he saw him touching and destroying 4 of his greenhouses. He took cover and is fine. If confirmed by @NWSPortland there will be three Oregon tornadoes in two days. pic.twitter.com/YBGym3MBLO
– FOX 12 KPTV Weather (@ fox12weather) October 30, 2018
It was confirmed that an EF-0 tornado would hit North America during the weekend. Portland touched down.
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