MCMINNVILLE, Ore. -- Severe weather hit McMinnville Thursday with reports of a tornado hitting a building in the afternoon.
The National Weather Service investigated the reports Thursday afternoon and determined it was an EF-1. More: NWS Alerts
Radar showed a concentrated weather pattern around 4:30 p.m. near McMinnville that could indicate a funnel cloud. KGW Meteorologist Matt Zaffino said the system had dissipated by 4:36 p.m.
No one was injured during the severe weather.
KGW viewers called to report a loud "boom," wind damage, and street closures. Photos showed a metal roof torn off and other wind damage. [Share your pics: email@example.com]
The damage was concentrated in an area around 11th Ave and NE Lafayette in McMinnville.
PHOTOS: McMinnville Wind Damage
Rick Plummer and his wife were in their home at the McMinnville Manor mobile home park. Plummer described the scene to KGW via telephone: "Half a block away from us, big sections of the roof are laying alongside the road...stuff is hanging off the telephone lines."
A cold-air funnel cloud was spotted in Hillsboro and Zaffino said it was possible that a similar cloud may have touched down in McMinnville.
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