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It may be the degradation, but I'd hesitate to call any of these current couplets "strong" (with the initial DeLand circulation being an exception). 

Edit: scratch that, Geneva cell is nasty looking. 

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Don't know what yall are seeing, but the only rotation worth a crap is coming onshore near Sarasota.  Edit:  SW of Oak Hill as well

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Not sure what the issue is with people not seeing these on radar. This is a recent scan from Melbourne. Geneva and De Land storms look plenty scary to me. 

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FLC117-127-230100-  
/O.CON.KMLB.TO.W.0005.000000T0000Z-170123T0100Z/  
SEMINOLE FL-VOLUSIA FL-  
739 PM EST SUN JAN 22 2017  
  
...A TORNADO WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 800 PM EST FOR  
NORTHEASTERN SEMINOLE AND SOUTHEASTERN VOLUSIA COUNTIES...  
      
AT 738 PM EST, A STRONG AND DANGEROUS TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR  
GENEVA AND LAKE HARNEY, MOVING NORTHEAST AT 60 MPH.  
  
THIS IS A PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION. TAKE COVER NOW!  
  
HAZARD...DAMAGING TORNADO.   
  
SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED ROTATION. 

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2 minutes ago, F-5 said:

Don't know what yall are seeing, but the only rotation worth a crap is coming onshore near Sarasota.

What? One near Daytona again looks decent, and the one down by Geneva is strong. NWS concurs in chat.

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Geneva storm went about 3 miles north of me. Tremendous wind energy into the storm as it went by. Have friends in Geneva and they've all checked in as ok.

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Tornado coming ashore at Longboat Key. Also another circulation approaching Daytona again. Rotation increasing south of Orlando too. This is far from over.

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4 minutes ago, SmokeEater said:

What? One near Daytona again looks decent, and the one down by Geneva is strong. NWS concurs in chat.

Geneva TDS flared hard as it crossed a very populated area with lots of big homes.....gonna be damage the question is how strong was the tornado....it still looks to be strong as it threatens Scottsmoor Fl near the coast....

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Those cells in the lead line have the right spacing for an outbreak if they could tap into a little more instability.

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How close will this get to Daytona international speedway? Race there in a month,it's a big deal for the local economy

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