A rare tornado touched down Thursday afternoon in Longview, Washington, a city located about 50 miles north of Portland, Oregon.
A county official told the National Weather Service the tornado moved along a six-block path through town just before 1 p.m.
Despite the damage, there were no immediate reports of injuries.
Update: The National Weather Service determined the tornado was an EF-1 with winds up to 110 mph. The twister caused damage along a path approximately 1.3 miles long and 200 feet wide.
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