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The National Weather Service confirms that the EF2 tornado landed in southwest Florida

After assessing the damage left behind, the National Weather Service determined that an EF2 tornado landed in the southern Fort Myers area Sunday morning around 6 p.m. In the video of the tornado shown above, you can see debris swirling high in the sky. The wind is estimated to have reached 118 mph and is causing major damage. The tornado's path was 125 yards wide and 1.8 miles long. Within its path, the tornado damaged over 100 mobile homes, and 30 mobile homes were displaced from their foundation, reports NBC 2. The only reported injuries have been minor. The tornado came as a strong cold front that brought nearly two dozen tornado warnings to the southwest. Florida early Sunday morning. CNN reports that in Charlotte County, north of Fort Myers, an EF1 tornado with winds of 110 mph left a trail of destruction, according to the weather service.

After assessing the damage left behind, the National Weather Service determined that an EF2 tornado landed in the southern Fort Myers area Sunday morning around 6 p.m.

The tornado swept across three separate mobile home communities. In the video of the tornado shown above, you can see debris swirling high in the sky.

The wind is estimated to have reached 118 mph, causing major damage. The tornado's path was 125 yards wide and 1.8 miles long. Within its path, the tornado damaged over 100 mobile homes, and 30 mobile homes were displaced from their foundation, reports NBC 2.

The only reported injuries have been minor.

The tornado came as a strong cold front that brought nearly two dozen tornado warnings to southwest Florida early Sunday morning.

CNN reports that in Charlotte County, north of Fort Myers, an EF1 tornado with winds of 110 mph left a trail of destruction, according to the weather service.

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