Again Tuesday morning, people are waking up to down trees and power lines from strong thunderstorms that rolled through Monday night.
The Southside saw a lot of stormy weather and people are tasked with cleaning up.
A massive tree fell down Monday night In the Hickory Glen Subdivision on the Southside of Jacksonville. People in the area said they desperately needed the rain.
Tropical Storm Beryl came through and neighbors said now it seems like the storms never left.
Channel 4 received video Monday night of a gustnado in Yulee near the Target off of State Road A1A.
Channel 4's chief meteorologist John Gaughan said gustnados are like short lived, low level tornadoes and Yulee wasn't the only area to see damage.
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On the Southside near Bowden Road, residents came together to clean up debris after the storms. Trees were on cars and homes after a strong front moved through the neighborhood very quickly.
Channel 4 meteorologists said it wasn't a tornado, but neighbors said it sure looked like one came through.
"Rain coming down sideways. Wind was real bad. Branches and leaves coming down," Southside resident Blake Edgeworth said. "Storm lasted about 10 minutes, I came back out, surveyed what was going on and branches and trees down, electrically wires down in the neighborhood. Looks like a tornado came through."
Residents said they're definitely tired of cleaning up storm debris, something that's become pretty much a daily ritual for more than a week.
Our meteorologists say the weather on Tuesday will be a lot like Monday's, so don't put the rakes away just yet.