SANTA BARBARA, California-the National Weather Service canceled a tornado warning issued for parts of Santa Barbara County. They said the storm was weakened.

According to the National Weather Service, a severe thunderstorm that could produce a tornado has moved over the water that moves at 45 km/u northward. It was issued for eastern parts of the city Santa Barbara to Montecito na Carpinteria to the summer country.

SANTA BARBARA (KABC) – The National Weather Service issued a warning for the portions of Santa Barbara County for Wednesday at least to 22:30.

According to the service, there is a ‘ serious thunderstorm that probably ‘ causes ‘ a tornado near the city near far eastern portions of Santa Barbara, Montecito, Carpinteria and Summerland. It will continue to move north to the Santa Ynez mountains.

Residents in the area are cautioned to seek refuge and that flying debris can cause damage to buildings, vehicles and trees, along with people outside.

The service is advised:

“Take cover now! Move to a basement or a secret closet on the bottom floor of a hefty building. Avoid windows. If you are outdoors, in a garage or in a vehicle, move to the nearest hedge and protect yourself from flying debris. “

The magnitude of the pence was also possible, said the NWS. The estimated area estimated to be a population of approximately 23.000.