At 9:22 a.m. a second tornado warning was issued as the storm moved eastward through the Naselle area.
When the warning was issued, the Pacific County Emergency Management Agency and the 911 Communications Director requested Pacific County Communications staff to notify all on duty law enforcement personnel, as well as all Pacific County fire and EMS personnel. Pacific County Emergency Management Agency Deputy Director Scott McDougall was directed to post the warning to social media.
McDougall also responded to the Pacific County Emergency Operations Center in case the situation worsened and the EOC needed to be activated. The warnings were allowed to expire as the storm moved out of the area to the east.