ORLANDO, Fla. — A tornado touched down in Orlando on Saturday, the National Weather Service confirmed on Monday.
According to the damage report, there were no injuries or fatalities. There was severe damage to two homes, moderate damage to 14 and minor damage to 11.
Here is a detailed map of the Orlando Ferncreek Tornado that occurred on Saturday June 6, just east/southeast of Downtown Orlando. Damage survey found peak intensity of EF-1 with estimated winds 100-105 mph.— NWS Melbourne (@NWSMelbourne) June 8, 2020
Full damage survey details can be found here: https://t.co/msHnPHIilb pic.twitter.com/lUE865aNqU
The report says the tornado formed on west-central Lake Conway at 7:20 p.m. and traveled north. It reached peak intensity at EF-1 in the area of Ferncreek Avenue, Lake Margaret Drive and Carmia Drive. Peaks winds are estimated at 100-105 mph.
A viewer, Wayne Allred, shared a video showing the tornado in the Central Florida neighborhood.
Saturday's severe weather knocked out power for more than 2,200 customers in Orange County, according to Duke Energy. Here in the Tampa Bay area, a tornado warning was issued for Citrus, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pinellas, Polk and Sumter counties before they all expired.
In Pinellas County, more than 400 Duke Energy customers are waiting for their power to turn back on.
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