According to the Brevard County Emergency Management Office, a possible tornado may have touched down in the area of South Patrick Shores around 5:30 p.m.
Photos taken in the area show fences destroyed along with debris scattered in front of residential homes. It is still unclear if this was, in fact, a tornado, but one resident who has lived in the neighborhood for years said he hasn't seen anything quite like this.
"I thought this was my flat roof on a new addition that I put on the house, but my granddaughter looked up with a ladder, and she said it's not my roof, it's not my roof, it's somebody else's roof," said James Jenkins, Satellite Beach resident.
Brevard County EOC asks that anyone with property or home damage submit photos and a description of the damage to help them better understand the impact of the storm. Residents can do so by clicking here.
On Wednesday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Brevard County.
Back in April, Brevard County residents spent some time cleaning up after an EF-0 tornado ripped through the southern part of the county.