Powerful winds and possible tornadoes from Tropical Storm Nestor battered parts of central and eastern Florida Friday night, creating potentially dangerous storm surge along the Florida Panhandle. Nestor weakened overnight but it's still packing sustained winds of 50 mph and could make landfall Saturday morning. It's putting communities still re-building after Hurricane Michael last year on edge as they prepare for more powerful weather. Hilary Lane reports.

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