NWS Confirms Two Tornadoes in Spokane, Damaging Several Homes & Vehicles [VIDEO]
The National Weather Service has confirmed that tornadoes touched down in Spokane.
A storm traveled through the area Friday evening with the first tornado touching down near Airway Heights just after 7 pm.
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The second tornado was reported near Interstate 90 between Freya and the Dishman Hills recreation area. This one hit at 7:20 pm, with winds at 65 to 85 miles per hour.
The tornado overturned a few trailers at a mobile home park and several trees were uprooted. The Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to both tornadoes, where they found several trees had fallen on homes and cars.
The last tornado to hit Spokane was in 2016.
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