A tornado touched down Tuesday afternoon near Lebanon, fire department officials said.
The National Weather Service in Portland said on Twitter that a survey team assessed the scene and confirmed that a tornado rated EF0 with winds of 65-75 miles per hour happened at 1:07 p.m.
No one was reported injured and no homes were damaged, according to the fire district.
Fire officials say two of the buildings were total losses and that a path of debris and damage was seen for almost a mile.
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The storm destroyed two barns at Spencer's Dairy Farm near Green Mountain Drive in Lacomb, Lebanon Fire Department officials said.
A survey team from the National Weather Service is on its way to the area to assess the damage.
A tornado warning was issued Monday for the northwest OR and southwest Washington coasts after waterspouts were seen Monday afternoon.
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