(Elk Grove, CA) -- A tornado touched down in the south Yuba City area on Monday afternoon and there was also a reported touchdown in Yuba County and damage from a funnel cloud in Elk Grove.
Sutter County firefighters say they saw the tornado touch the ground in the area of Railroad and Oswald avenues around 3 p.m. CBS13's Nick Janes said it tore off parts of the nearby roofs and scattered branches and debris.
The Elk Grove Police Department said a funnel cloud also damaged a building on Grant Line Road shortly before 5 p.m.
The weather system was moving northeast and the National Weather Service issued a seventh tornado warning of the day. The latest one is for southwestern Nevada county, central Placer County, including Auburn, and northwestern El Dorado County until 7:15 p.m. The system is moving northeast at 25 mph.
There were no reports of any injuries in the Sutter County twister, but the Sutter County Sheriff's Department reported there has been damage to some outbuildings and to Mallard Lake Golf Course, which is off Highway 99 near Oswald.
"We came outside and the boat was in the yard," one south Sutter County resident told Janes. "Mother Nature definitely got the best of us today. It was exciting to watch."
The boat was lifted and moved about 100 feet, he said.
The sheriff's office also said it was getting inundated with calls and reports of damage at Bogue Road and Highway 99, where the twister also reportedly touched down.
The Marysville Joint Unified School District said buses were being held that service the foothills areas such as Browns Valley and Loma Rica until the weather system cleared the area. Students were being held in secure buildings.
The Yuba County Sheriff's Department also confirmed a touchdown in the Browns Valley area. The funnel cloud touched down in a rice field west of Browns Valley at Spring Valley Road. Deputies said there was no damage.