Severe storms produced wind damage and two tornadoes near Tampa, Florida on Sunday.
A National Weather Service Tampa Bay storm survey concluded that there were two tornado tracks -- one in Pasco County and one in Hillsborough County.
One of the brief tornadoes moved through the New Port Richey area Sunday morning around 9 AM. This storm was rated an EF-1 with peak winds at 100 miles per hour and a path length of 0.12 miles. This storm caused mainly damage to trees and power lines but there also were reports of minor home damage.
Another tornado was confirmed near the town of Wimauma, FL. This tornado was rated an EF-1 with maximum peak winds at 90 mph. This tornado was on the ground for only 4 minutes but traveled a path length of almost 3 miles. There were some reports of tree damage and minor structural damage with this storm.
For WeatherNation, I'm Meteorologist Meredith Garofalo