ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. — The National Weather Service confirmed a second tornado from Tuesday's strong storms that sparked warnings and caused power outages.

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The NWS reported that an EF-1 tornado with peak winds of 90 mph and spanning a path of 0.61 miles, touched down in the Eagles subdivision of northwest Hillsborough County, just east of Pinellas County, at about 4 p.m.

There were no injuries reported in connection with the tornado.

An EF-0 tornado had been confirmed previously near downtown St. Petersburg.

Some areas in Pasco County experienced coastal flooding, with waves washing up to picnic areas on Hudson Beach. The storms tracked by our Spectrum Bay News 9 Weather Experts also caused damage in Florida's Panhandle.