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Over Two Feet of Rain Soaks Florida
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Over Two Feet of Rain Soaks Florida

Tropical Storm Debby (now downgraded to a tropical depression) has moved over the Florida Panhandle and is out to sea, leaving behind flooded towns and at least one fatality. The National Weather Service has measured in excess of two feet of rain from this system. A map of the rainfall totals from June 23-27, 2012 shows that the highest amounts occurred near Lake City, just south of the Georgia border.

 
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