Tropical Storm Debby
Tropical Storm Debby is not only drenching parts of Florida with relentless rain in an already saturated state, it’s also impacting the state’s blood supply.
As President Barack Obama heads to South Florida Tuesday for a couple of fundraisers, he assured Florida Gov. Rick Scott that the state will have “no unmet needs” as it responds to extreme weather and flooding from Tropical Storm Debby.
Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for counties in Florida ahead of Tropical Storm Debby.
Tropical Storm Debby remains nearly stationary over the northeast Gulf of Mexico spinning drenching rains over northern Florida and other parts of the state including South Florida.
Tropical Storm Debby is looking less of a threat to the coast of Louisiana.
Expect very quick changing weather conditions on Sunday. The outer bands of Tropical Storm Debby continue to bring fast moving storms to South Florida.
Several homes were damaged and trees knocked down when a tornado from Saturday’s storms touched down in Naples.