ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Seven counties were under a tornado warning in Central Florida at some point on Saturday.
The tornado warnings have expired.
Surveyors with the National Weather Service will track the damage and have an official report on Sunday.
Orange County officials said eight structures, including an apartment complex, sustained heavy damage. Officials said 30-50 residents have been displaced.
Authorities said if additional families find they need assistance Sunday morning, they can go to the Red Cross Headquarters located at 5 North Bumby Avenue.
Eight structures (including apt. complex) sustained heavy damage, 30-50 residents displaced. The American Red Cross is on scene assisting. @NWSMelbourne is expected in morning to survey damage. Note (strong pulsing light in clip is not fire). @weatherchannel— OCFire Rescue (@OCFireRescue) June 7, 2020
POSSIBLE TORNADO SIGHTINGS
A possible tornado was spotted over Lake Conway in Orange County.
A possible tornado was spotted from a viewer in South Orlando as well.
A possible tornado was also spotted over Lake Monroe in the Sanford area.
STORM DAMAGE REPORTED
Storm damage was spotted along Fern Creek Avenue and Pineloch Avenue in Orlando.
Lake Margaret Village storm damage
A tree crashed into a woman’s house near Lake Davis on Saturday.
A tree also fell through a woman’s car on Saturday night in Orange County.
The following counties were under a tornado warning on Saturday night:
- Lake County
- Orange County
- Seminole County
- Sumter County
- Volusia County
- Marion County
- Polk County
A stop sign was damaged in a storm in Orange County on Saturday.