Tropical Storm Cristobal Damage To Central Florida
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On Saturday evening, June 6, 2020, National Weather Service confirmed an EF1 tornado tore through the Conway area of Orange County in Central Florida , in the video “Roofs ripped off after EF-1 tornado tears through Orlando“, below:
A possible tornado touched down near Orlando, Florida, Saturday, according to the city of Orlando. The National Weather Service in Melbourne, Florida, has issued several tornado warnings throughout the region, in the video “EF-1 Tornado Hits Orlando, Florida – June 6, 2020“, below:
In the video “Tornado Touchdown Orlando Downtown June 6 2020. 19:20“, below:
The US Gulf coast is bracing to be battered by a powerful tropical storm and tornados. Rain pounded the region on Sunday ahead of the arrival of Tropical Storm Cristobal, which has already spawned a tornado in Florida and threatened more twisters along with high winds and storm surge. Roads flooded in coastal Louisiana and Mississippi, and thousands were without power even before the storm made landfall. Forecasters warned the storm would affect a wide area stretching roughly 180 miles (290 kilometres) east into Florida and would arrive late on Sunday, but they do not expect it to grow into a hurricane, in the video “Christobal storm floods Louisiana, with 50 mph winds and tornado in Florida“
In the video “06-07-2020 Orlando, FL Tornado Damage from Tropical Storm Cristobal“, below:
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