Streets turn into temporary creeks. (flood rain ). Photo by guygee
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Streets turn into temporary creeks.

Uploaded by: guygee

Saturday October 8, 2011

Satellite Beach, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Luckily I was on the shallow side of this divided roadway as I slowly inched along to avoid stalling. On the Space Coast barrier island the waters generally flow west back into the Banana River Lagoon.


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7. trigirl
12:12 PM GMT on October 09, 2011
Yikes! Stay safe! We are hoping that Lake Worth avoided this kind of flooding but our home is out west there, so it should be ok. We are in the Smoky Mountains right now, watching the weather back home.... Thanks for sharing!
Celebrating life, Debra
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6. 2otaku
12:44 AM GMT on October 09, 2011
I was raised in Hialeah, FL.. and any heavy rain would flood our street. Hialeah is Seminole for High Land. Not!
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5. seflagamma
9:58 PM GMT on October 08, 2011
You already have great photos up from today's storm. Look at that street flooding and your area has more to come!!! Stay safe!
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4. guygee
7:37 PM GMT on October 08, 2011
Out here on the barrier island it is all sand and coquina, so everything drains really quickly within a couple days of a big rain. Some parts inland are not so lucky though, like the infamous Lamplighter Village residential area in Melbourne that took months to drain after 2008 TS Fay.
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3. cobofthemob
7:04 PM GMT on October 08, 2011
This has been going on three days and the weather guessers finally said TODAY, a low may be forming off the east coast of Florida. No joke Sherlock. We are getting drowned and blown away all at the same time. I have pumped 8 inches of water out of my pool to keep from killing my plants. Nice photo...good place to watch submarine races.
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2. UltraJoe
6:23 PM GMT on October 08, 2011
Actually, I read that the rain we've had over the past month or so actually took care of our drought, but this definitely will keep us moist during the upcoming "dry season."
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1. Railheel
2:53 PM GMT on October 08, 2011
Be careful driving through that water. Looks like the drought is over.
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