The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department reported that a tornado had touched down in Denair on Sunday afternoon, when deputies and firefighters arrived on scene.
Around 2:15 p.m., Stanislaus Sheriff’s tweeted, “Deputies and firefighters are on scene in Denair California for a tornado that touched down.”
Sheriff’s stated that the tornado traveled down Zeering Road, and “headed east out of town.”
Pictures of damaged houses were posted online, along with some trees that were knocked down.
No injuries have been reported.
The Turlock Irrigation District reported, “Weather caused a downed wire in Denair. We're working on it now.”
TID has tweeted that some areas of town will have power restored within 2-3 hours, while other areas may be longer.