Storms cause damage, flooding in Tampa Bay area Monday evening

Photo courtesy Kassy Leasure.

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Storms moved through the Tampa Bay area on Monday afternoon and led to flooding and damage.

Mother Nature unleashed her fury by ripping trees out of their roots in Coquina Key and lightning struck a sailboat in the Bay.

The windy weather even tore the roof off a waste management building in Ybor City.

The summer storm left a messy mark, whether you were caught in the messy commute, working in a warehouse, or a pedestrian pushing cars across pavement.


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