SEMINOLE, Fla. — A home in Pinellas County has been deemed unlivable after a tree fell on it during severe weather Thursday night.
The family was inside the home on Oakdale Terrace when the tree was uprooted but their neighbors say no one got hurt.
Now they're left cleaning up the mess and trying to figure out what to do next.
The National Weather Service is on the ground in the Tampa Bay area on Friday surveying the damage and investigating reports of a possible tornado.
Radar shows a possible brief tornado between Seminole and Pinellas Park around 10:40 p.m.
Radar data from 1040 PM EST Thursday evening at the time of a possible brief tornado between Seminole & Pinellas Park in #Pinellas Cnty. The purple box is the tornado warning issued at 1030 PM. An on-scene #NWS survey crew will determine if a tornado occurred later today. #flwx pic.twitter.com/nOJ9ChGnu0— NWS Tampa Bay (@NWSTampaBay) February 7, 2020
The worst of the storms moved through the Tampa Bay area overnight, with a crane collapsing on I-275 and thousands left without power.