Some Central Florida residents were working Monday morning to clean up after severe weather swept through the area. One Orange County neighborhood was without power Monday morning.

Progress Energy had estimated that things would be back up and running by 5:30 Monday morning, but lights were out in the neighborhood until around 7:15am. But even with the headache, residents were likely rolling out of bed, glad that the damage wasn't as bad as it was in other parts of the area.

The damage was much worse in Barefoot Bay where heavy rain caused flooding.

"You get a little nervous," said Steve Rice, a homeowner.

For 75 families there was little do to but watch the storms pass. Comcast said it lost cable and Internet during the worst of it. The company had to send out a crew to fix equipment it suspects was damaged during a lightning strike.

Jim Shelton didn't want to take any chances on his bike.

"A lot of bikers get stranded here," Shelton said.

All told around Brevard County about half a dozen accidents kept state troopers busy through Sunday afternoon and well into the night. The storms did leave at least two people injured. One woman suffered a broken ankle.

The power crews are hard at work trying to get the neighborhood back on line. Some of the linemen said a water-logged tree limb took down a critical line. A total of as many as 500 people were without power Monday morning.