Florida’s major east-west interstate was cut off Tuesday by Tropical Storm Debby flooding, while one county had already seen 26.2 inches of rain — topping the official forecast calling for up to 25 inches in a few areas by the time Debby moves out Thursday.
Flash flood warnings were issued for parts of northern Florida and southern Georgia as Debby crawled eastward at just 3 mph.
"This thing is going nowhere fast," said TODAY show meteorologist Al Roker, noting that Debby had no steering currents to guide it. "There’s nothing really to kick this thing out."
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