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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (WJHL) – Police are calling it the biggest storm they’ve seen 로투스 홀짝in decades after heavy rain wreaked havoc along north coast beaches Thursday.
Officials said flooding caused some beaches to turn into a swamp. One beach at the end of the Big Cypress Creek just south of Jacksonville Beach turned into a swamp and has b크레이지 슬롯een described as “chilling cold.”
Surfers were told to stay out if they felt cold in the water.
And for everyone who didn’t go to a local beach Thursday afternoon, police warned to take extra care because the conditions could change drastically during the evening. The worst of the weather continued through the weekend.
The weather started off with a severe downpour which청주안마 lasted just a few hours, but by Sunday the rains had turned to a heavy downpour. As of Tuesday morning, the rain had stopped, but more rain has still to fall. Authorities warn the flooding was expected to worsen into Thursday.
The storm will get worse in the morning with a possible tornado on the east coast. The storm could come in two distinct bands from Tuesday morning into the evening. Weather has shifted since Tuesday because of low pressure and a storm system moving in from the North East, but that could mean that it may still come in 2 to 3 inches of rain.
And you will hear from the Weather Channel on WJHL Thursday afternoon to hear their predictions on the storm.