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Tornado

A tornado touches down in June 2018 north of Laramie.

CASPER (AP) — The National Weather Service says two tornadoes touched down in rural southeastern Wyoming on Thursday.

National Weather Service meteorologist Gerry Claycomb tells KTWO-AM that no damage or injuries have been reported yet.

The first tornado hit west of the town of Chugwater at about 4:45 p.m. The second touched down about 30 minutes later near Interstate 25.

Claycomb says the size and strength of the tornadoes have not been determined yet.

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Tornado warnings were issued for parts of five counties Thursday.

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