Possible funnel cloud spotted in Lake County during strong storms

Nearly a dozen tornado warnings issued in Orlando area

GROVELAND, Fla. – An apparent funnel cloud was captured on video Tuesday night in Lake County as strong storms ripped through the region.

Nearly a dozen tornado warnings were issued in Central Florida, but there were no reports of widespread damage or injuries.

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News 6 viewer Dawn Giachetti captured the cloud formation on the south shore of Lake Minneola near Clermont.

A second round of strong storms is forecast to strike parts of Central Florida on Wednesday. The wraparound moisture associated with the original area of low pressure will move through Central Florida in the afternoon.

Meanwhile, severe weather that pushed through Central Florida over the weekend caused more than $15 million in damage in Ocala.

Commissioners received an update Tuesday after the original estimate was placed at $12.3 million.

[VIDEO BELOW: Tornado damage captured on dash-cam as it happens]

The National Weather Service said an EF-1 tornado with winds up to 110 mph touched down Saturday morning in Ocala. In its damage survey, NWS Jacksonville said the 200-yard-wide tornado traveled a path of approximately 25 miles from Dunnellon to Ocala in over 28 minutes.

No one was injured.