Severe Storms Roll Through North Central Florida
Severe storms begin to roll through Gainesville early Sunday afternoon.
As of 2 p.m., there's numerous reports of downed trees and power lines across Gainesville, including on SW 34th Street and Radio Road and across Hawthorne Road.
A viewer told TV20 that a couple of trees fell through her and her neighbor's house in the Cambridge Forest Subdivision, which is off 24th Ave., in southwest Gainesville.
Another viewer sent TV20 a picture of a big tree limb, which fell on top of a car in a parking lot at the Foxmoor Apartment Complex on the corner of SW 34th Street and 19th Ave.
Shortly after 1 p.m., power outages were being reported in east Gainesville, Old Town and portions of Levy County.
A tornado watch remains in effect for all North Central Florida counties until 8 p.m. Sunday.
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