A radar image from the Weather Service also shows a system that caused a tornado warning off the coast of Pacific County.
Between 25 and 30 homes were damaged, an emergency management official told NBC affiliate KGW, but there were no reports of injuries. Tillamook County Sheriff Andy Long said it touched down in the city of Manzanita about 8:20 a.m.
About half the roof of a building housing an ice cream parlor and two other shops was torn off and hurled into an adjacent parking lot, while a nearby stationery store sustained similar damage, Taylor said.
Extra staff have been sent to the area to do welfare checks, along with one ambulance. The city's mayor has declared a state of emergency.
While no one was injured in either tornado, the one that struck Manzanita destroyed businesses, damaged homes, and downed trees and power lines.
The American Red Cross has opened a shelter at Calvary Bible Church in Manzanita for people in need of assistance.
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The tornado was reported on the northern OR coast. This second storm is what remains of Super Typhoon Songda which has changed into a potent mid-latitude cyclone.
Several school districts across the region delayed start times because of the weather.
In Oregon, Portland General Electric reported that more than 4,000 customers were without power early Friday. Pacific Power reported that 2,800 customers in coastal communities had no lights, down from a peak of more than 15,000. Pacific Power restored electricity Friday morning.
Portland had the rainiest October 13 in its history.
The last time two tornadoes touched down on the same day in OR was in November 1991, according to the National Weather Service.
Pacific Northwest area Meteorologists warned about sustained wind speeds, ranging between 25 and 40 miles per hour with gusts reaching 60 miles per hour.