National Weather Team Survey Report

HOLT, Fla., March 19, 2022—Text from the tornado survey team’s visit to Holt today:

A tornado touched down just west of the intersection of Log Lake Road and Sundance Way.

The tornado damaged the roof of a house where numerous shingles were removed down to the tar paper. In addition, a manufactured home adjacent to the house was destroyed. Numerous trees were snapped and several trees were uprooted.

The tornado proceeded east across Log Lake Road and damaged the roof of a manufactured home as well as snapped and twisted additional trees. A couple of trees were also uprooted.

The tornado continued along and cross Sundance Way Cutoff Road where several more trees were snapped and uprooted.

From there, the tornado progressed northeast and hit a home, ripping off a portion of the roof to include the decking underneath. This was thrown roughly 50 yards away into the front yard and trees. Several large trees were also snapped near the base and twisted. A few more were uprooted as well.

The tornado then lifted just beyond this property.

Overall, the maximum width of the tornado reached 50 yards with a path length of about 1.5 miles.

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