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Tornado that damaged Florida’s Gulf Coast was too small to register on radar, officials say

CITRUS COUNTY, Fla. — People along Florida’s Gulf Coast are cleaning up from a tornado.

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The Citrus County Sheriff’s Office says the small tornado touched down in the Crystal River area on Sunday.

People in the area voiced concerns because no tornado watch or warning was sent out.

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Officials said the tornado was so small that it did not register on the National Weather Service’s radar.

Deputies said no one was hurt, and crews are working to clean up the damage left behind.

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