Debby Drowned Towns in Florida

By Grace Muller, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
June 27, 2012; 9:40 PM ET
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Debby Crawling Towards Florida, Communities Under Water

Storified by Accu Weather · Tue, Jun 26 2012 07:37:56

#siestakey #storm #nofilter #sarasotaCecelia VanSant
From http://BN9.com: Just another day to lounge by the Bay on #Bayshore for this guy in #Tampa? -- PHOTO: http://pic.twitter.com/U9lHJS1wBay News 9
#sarasota #boat #florida #tropicalstormdebbybucksrq
#tampa #flooded #bayshore #blvd #813 #florida #weather #crazy #instatits #porno #lolCharles
#sarasota #florida #sailboat #tropicalstormdebbybucksrq
#mikeguevin #florida #sarasota #mikeguevinphotography #tropicalstormdebbyMike Guevin
RT @WXChic327: I wouldn't recommend driving down #PalmAvenue in downtown #Sarasota ... thanks @mysuncoast viewer Mike Guevin #debby http://pic.twitter.com/H7wErNsVJason Caterina Fox23
@SamChampion Crossing bridge in Tampa http://pic.twitter.com/5pqODRVSElliot Santiago
Welcome to Florida. Where water covers our roads when it rains. ������ #thanksdebby #debby #rain #floridakarrr������
#Beach is open for #swimming ������������������ // #flood #tropical #storm #debby #stpete #dtdp #force of #nature #florida #igdaily #photooftheday #instagram #instagood #ocean #waves #brutal #damage #enough #waterL B
More Debbie flooding! http://pic.twitter.com/zOZpgvqBChuck Boyer
home sweet home #debbiekackattack
#tropicalstorm #debbie # trinityoaksacervantes1
The morning surf report coming straight from North Shore Park slight chop with 1 to 2 foot breaksKurtis M
#debby #tropicalstorm #floodCora
Play ball! Bright house Field under water #flooded #florida #summer #debby #tropicalstormbryan4887

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