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Fox News weather alert for you soggy mess in the south tropical storm Debby.
Parked off the Gulf Coast of Florida moving so slow it is flooding parts of the panhandle and ripped past the Tampa Bay Area.
There are reports of twisters touching down in at least two neighborhoods demolishing homes in injuring several people.
I knew what was coming you -- -- yeah -- and I can she read vibration you know you -- there yet it was a straight line it was just and literally got fast it was over like ten seconds.
-- -- -- Yeah I'm fine don't do that the best part but the best part you know -- -- place your hand.
We're glad to hear their OK but Phil Keating who has seen his share of storms is joining us live from Cedar Key.
Florida how's it look in there -- Well right now -- in the break -- what have been torrential repetitive.
Of rain that have been battering the panhandle dumping twenty inches in some spots of rain.
Other places getting about a dozen right now tropical storm Debby is eighty miles due west of here.
That direction it typically there'd be a bunch -- charter -- -- -- all coming back in this -- bustling with business and activity.
And not today -- not this week as a matter of fact.
Destruction damage debris all over this place and you see these dots over here just totally destroyed for the moment right now.
This place either he's been around for a long time there are some 1850s -- -- it's a few blocks in.
Amazingly they've lasted this long but those places certainly spears a lot of hurricanes -- tropical storms of the past and right now things shut down.
The folks you introduced us to seem pretty relieved that they that they were spared the worst but are dead these winds expected to intensify are they still on alert.
At this point PL weather experts are saying they don't expect the winds to strengthen much is that all -- before and after landfall -- right now sustained maximum speed winds of 45 miles an hour.
And really this is much more of a slow moving three mile an hour storm a rain events.
Take a look at all the flooding all over the state.
It's just one after another instance of people have -- do get very creative just the wade through to get back to their.
Well partially flooded homes that's like clean -- gonna take a while Phil thanks.
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