Debby's Damage Captured in Photos

By Grace Muller, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
June 26, 2012; 6:58 PM
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Debby Battering Florida Even Before Landfall

Storified by Accu Weather · Mon, Jun 25 2012 13:47:13

#rain #flood #florida #tropicalstorm #tornado #funnyJessica
Not a good Monday for this guy... #debby #jaxbeach #justweather http://pic.twitter.com/cgFw2ZidVic Micolucci (WJXT)
Yoga Berry Jax Beach was closed this morning bc flood waters got into the store. Mambo's, Five Guys also. #debby http://pic.twitter.com/fNDnaBlxVic Micolucci (WJXT)
RT @redcrossmom: #Debby #photo http://pic.twitter.com/EwOZc10j #road flooded #loc Bayshore Blvd Tampa #src @CarsonChambersCindy Becker
My friend posted this picture of one of our Florida residents seeking shelter from Tropical Storm Debby. http://pic.twitter.com/M35CamReSkip Swiger
Hurricane #Debby making the lake rise. Hoo boy.od6haggard
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Tropical Storm Debby - Man fights to save his sailboat amidst surgelowtegra
TROPICAL STORM DEBBY - TAMPA FLORIDA - BAYSHORE AVE / DAVIS ISLAND / SOUTH TAMPArobertlbeukema
Tropical Storm Debby In Gulf of Mexico Causes Storm Surge On Pensacola Beachalliefox25
A photo of Pensacola Beach uploaded to the AccuWeather photo gallery by pcola.
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Raw Video of Tornado Whipped Up By DebbyBrightcove
Here's a pic of our now smashed patio table thanks to TS Debby http://pic.twitter.com/iQCwtgKaScientificHousewife
She is still at it ;~( #Debby #Sarasota #FloridaLynn Cathryn Walters
Tropical storm Debby hits st Petersburg, fl http://pic.twitter.com/bbJTuJlHReneeLeeGreco
Full. #debby #rain #tropicalstorm @dublwrapMelissa
#flooding from #debbyAllison Vega
Surfing the Naples Pier During Tropical Storm Debbyparadisetech

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