EATONVILLE, Wash. - The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado ripped a carport from an Eatonville home on Sunday.
The News Tribune reports the tornado touched down for less than a minute and had an estimated top wind speed of 75 mph. The weather service said on Monday that the tornado was about 25 yards wide and had a path about two-tenths of a mile long.
Eatonville Mayor Mike Schaub says no one was hurt by the tornado, which happened about 5:45 p.m. on Sunday.
- Driver arrested after Spokane Valley crash injures four juveniles
- Lawmakers don't want pot billboards to be appealing to kids
- Thousands of pennies to help nonprofit school
- Hundreds 'March for Science' in Spokane
- Pink Ribbon Run will raise funds for local breast cancer patients
- STA one step closer to Central City Line