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2 tornadoes reported, multiple funnel clouds spotted in NorCal

2 tornadoes reported, multiple funnel clouds spotted in NorCal

by Darla Givens and Monica Woods, News10

At least two tornadoes touched down in Northern California Wednesday evening.

The first tornado was spotted in Glenn County. Trained spotters reported seeing a funnel cloud around 3:15 p.m. This cell moved very slow and continued to bring a chance of severe weather for nearly three hours. The storm produced hail nearly 1.25 inches in diameter.

The second tornado was seen west of Roseville around 6:15 p.m.

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Staying safe in a heat wave

Staying safe in a heat wave

Five days of 100 degree+ heat are in the forecast through the weekend and until the 4th of July. That's dangerous heat for both people and pets, warns the Yolo County Health Department.

Health officials and animal welfare experts are reminding residents in West Sacramento and throughout the county to protect themselves and their pets, says county spokeswoman Beth Gabor in a press release.

Especially vulnerable, say experts, are:

Did you see the ring around the sun?

Did you see the ring around the sun?

If you were outside today, you may have noticed a giant ring around the sun. That ring is actually the reflection of ice crystals from high cirrus clouds, according to EarthSky.org

The ring was seen all over the area by News10 viewers, including Roseville and Stockton. Did you get a chance to see it?

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