Orange County residents left cleaning up following Sunday's storms
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (FOX 35 WOFL) - Residents across Central Florida are left cleaning up this morning, as heavy wind and rain on Sunday rolled through.
Fox 35 reporter Matthew Trezza assessed some of the damage in Orange County.
He visited a home where a tree fell onto the roof, crushing part of it. The tree even went into the home's living room. Thankfully, there were no injuries.
While that may be some of the worst damage that Orange County saw, other counties were affected by this storm too. Lake and Volusia County were also affected by pounding rains and wild winds of about 55 mph.
In some places, the severe weather did not stick around long, but some residents were shaken badly nonetheless.