TEHAMA COUNTY (CBS13) – Two tornadoes touched down in Tehama County Monday, the National Weather Service has confirmed to CBS13.

It’s believed the tornadoes touched down around 2 p.m.  One of the tornadoes was spotted by a woman who says the twister damaged a nearby shed and brought down some tree branches. The second tornado was witnessed by a Tehama County sheriff’s deputy in the town of Vina. It was in an open field and didn’t cause any damage.

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No injuries were reported.

A tornado warning that was in effect for the area has expired.

Here is a photo of the tornado from Meteorologist Bryan Ramsey at CBS13 affiliate KHSL in Redding.

The National Weather Service tweeted this photo from a weather watcher near Los Molinos.

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