Here in Northern Florida we are experiencing
our second Tropical Storm of the 2012 season.
The above picture is what the "Creek" looks like right now.
The picture below is what the "Creek" looks like on a normal day.
(Notice how the boathouse is underwater in the above picture.)
The Creek is going to be at record levels, and we still have
at least two more days of TS Debby to deal with.
She hasn't even come ashore yet.
Oh the joy!
The 2012 Hurricane Season has had 4 named storms in June.
This is unprecedented.
It has never happened since they've kept records on Hurricanes.
We've had two of them go "over" us.
Beryl came in from the Atlantic at the very tail end of May (which was also
an unheard of event), and now Debby is coming in from the Gulf of Mexico
near Cedar Key, FL tomorrow.
We got 10"+ of rain from Beryl and we are already above that level now with
Debby and there is still more to come.
Debby is a weak TS but a BIG rainmaker and she is stationary. Last night
she was moving at 2mph.
I hope this is not a precursor to how the rest of Hurricane season is going to go.
All I can say is: