"Layered on top of heavy rains dumped by Tropical Storm Beryl, a stalled front and normal summer weather patterns have drenched North Florida, causing serious flooding in Escambia County, spawning a tornado in Santa Rosa and washing out the weekend for residents on the First Coast."
"And it won’t be letting up.
Areas south of Interstate 10 from the Westside to the Beaches and into Clay and northern St. Johns County have seen the brunt of the weather. Craig Municipal Airport recorded 14.62 inches of rain since the start of June, said meteorologist Dave Shuler of the National Weather Service at Jacksonville International Airport. Since the mid-1990s, the most rain recorded at Craig for the entire month of June was 8.8 inches in 2007."