NWS: Tornado Warnings for Calaveras, Stanislaus Counties Cancelled

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Photograph taken in San Joaquin County near Bellota. (Courtesy: Julie Lundblad)

SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY — The National Weather Service issued tornado warnings for San Joaquin, Calaveras and Stanislaus counties Sunday afternoon.

Those near Linden and Waterloo were told to take shelter as a severe thunderstorm moved northeast through the area at 20 mph.

At 3:28 p.m., the NWS issued another warning for those in southwestern Calaveras County and northeastern Stanislaus County after the thunderstorm was located near Oakdale.

As the storm died down around 4 p.m., the warning for Calaveras and Stanislaus counties expired.

During such warnings, high winds could pick up debris and roofs, windows and vehicles could be damaged.

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