The dolphin in the water seemed unaware of the storm brewing on the horizon in this picture from Justin Intyre.
A St. Augustine storm darkens the sky. Image courtesy of Justin Intyre.
Image courtesy of Justin Intyre
This small boat decided to brave the rough seas in this picture sent to us by Elizabeth.
The roads are wet and that makes them dangerous.
Here, Frank Powers shared with us a photo of the flooded Hartley Road. This truck looks like it will barely make it through.
Loretto Road in Mandarin is under water.
The water simply sits on the grass at Flynn Road.
Cars make big waves when they try to make it through flooded streets.
This is one way you can enjoy the flooded steets. Erica Rakow snapped this shot. We don't recommend you doing this.
The water races to a drain, and neighbors hope that the rain holds off long enough for the streets near Orange Picker Road to dry.
This road looks more like a river.
Loretto Road in Mandarin is also under water.
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