Weather has not been very kind to our neighbors in Central Florida.
Two storms were spotted Saturday morning just before sunrise, one being a EF-1 tornado in Flagler County. According the National Weather Service in Jacksonville, the tornado had top speeds of 110 mph and tore through trees, downed power lines and ripped the roof off a home and travel for about 20 miles.
The second tornado was labeled an EF-0 tornado with estimated winds of 85 mph , according to the weather service. It was on the ground for about a minute, twisting road signs and pulling off metal roof panels from a building.
That same morning a tornado warning was issued for parts of Citrus and Hernando counties, but the National Weather Service in Tampa Bay reports no damage across the area.
This is such a tough thing for anyone to go through and my heart goes out to those hurt financially, physically, emotionally from the tornadoes that touched down. We are praying for strength for all our Floridian neighbors.
[Source: WTSP CHANNEL 10 NEWS]