Damage reported after strong storms hit Central Florida

Published On: Jul 28 2013 07:10:02 PM EDT
Updated On: Jul 29 2013 10:52:35 AM EDT
WINTER PARK, Fla. -

Multiple trees uprooted and fell on Sunday evening as strong storms hit the area, causing flooding.

A snapped tree blocked the driveway of a home in Dale Avenue in Winter Park and Phelps Avenue. In College Park, the

A large tree uprooted and fell in front of a home on Westmoreland Drive in College Park, blocking the driveway.

Serious flooding was also an issue in Winter Park. At the Winter Park Memorial Hospital, rain made its way inside the reception area, as well as flooding the shopping plaza at Lake Howell.

"It happens a lot especially in this area, and the Publix shopping plaza, why I don't know but it always fills up when it rains," said shopper Marina Fuentes.

Nearly two dozen homes still don't have power in the Winter Park area as utility crews respond to reports of fallen limbs on power lines.

Some parts of Orange County saw nearly six inches of rain.

Minor damages throughout have been reported.

Rain chances return on Monday evening, as forecasters report a 60 percent chance of rain by 5 p.m. and through the night.

Temperatures will range from a high of 92 degrees to a low of 75 degrees.

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