BERYL HEADING NE, LEAVING A BIG TRAIL OF WATER BEHIND!

“For months we had been crying for rain, and we’ve finally got it! “

With Tropical Depression Beryl parked near Valdosta for nearly 24 hours, the rainfall totals are continuing to climb over central and northeast Florida, as well as over southeast Georgia. Now that the system is beginning to move towards the northeast, we will see our rains end, except for renegade showers that may roll through during the late afternoon and evening hours, but remember several areas are under flood warnings or a flood watch. It takes a few days for some places accumulate their highest flood stages.

Check on the latest information from law enforcement officials or the Emergency Operations Center for your local conditions. Remember not to drive through water of unknown depth!

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