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Tropical Storm Debby coastal flooding update

June 27, 2012
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin, Fort Myers Beach Observer

Higher than normal tides with some flooding along coastal roads and low-lying areas is expected due to the strong on-shore winds associated with Tropical Storm Debby. Tides will continue to be 2 to 3 feet above normal levels through this evening. If flooding threatens, be prepared to move to higher ground.

Lee County Emergency Operations Center is advising residents and visitors to use extreme caution during the high-tide cycles tonight when driving on coastal and river roads, as well as when crossing bridges. If you cannot see the road - Turn Around, Don't Drown.

Flooding from Tropical Storm Debby may displace wildlife along the rivers and coastline. Keep a safe distance and do not interact with any of the wildlife you may encounter.

 
 

 

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