TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — As Tropical Storm Nicole heads north, Floridians are left to assess and clear the damage left behind by the once Category 1 strength hurricane now headed for Georgia.

Nicole first storm made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane near Vero Beach early Thursday morning but quickly weakened into a tropical storm.

Videos showed its powerful winds push waves into a parking lot in Daytona Beach as the hurricane approached the area Wednesday. Another showed a building that had partially collapsed in Daytona Beach Shores. Other videos show wind and rain in other parts of the state.

The storm is expected to move across central and northern Florida and into Georgia, where it should become a tropical depression.

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Beach erosion claims multiple homes in Volusia County

Waves damage Deerfield Beach Pier as Hurricane Nicole nears Florida

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Waves pound dunes at Jacksonville Beach as Nicole moves north

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Large waves from Nicole damage structures in Daytona

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Building partially collapses as Nicole moves in

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Transformer explodes near Port Canaveral

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Waves rush into parking lot in Daytona Beach

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Strong winds as Nicole makes landfall

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Nicole brings wind and rain to Orlando