The National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado tracked across Flagler County early Saturday morning, bringing damage to the area.

The tornado had an estimated peak wind of 110 mph, the NWS said. 

The NWS said it entered the west side of the county around 5:15 a.m. and continued on an east-northeast track across Korona before exiting offshore near Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area around 5:40 a.m.

The Flagler County Sheriff's Office is reported damage along County Road 304, US-1, southeast Seminole Woods, Bullow Woods Circle and Gamble Rogers.

Aerial video by the NWS shows the damage it did to the area, snapping trees in its path and tearing through multiple buildings, stripping off their roofs.

The sheriff's office also reported downed power lines and debris.

The tornado formed during a damaging thunderstorm early Saturday morning that also swept through St. Johns and Putnam counties.

A tornado, estimated to be about 50 yards, was also reported near State Road 207 and County Road 305 in Elkton around 5:05 a.m.

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