Pensacola, Florida, is under water after flash floods dropped two feet of rain in 26 hours, causing the worst flooding in Florida in a generation.
Kevin Roth, lead meteorologist for The Weather Channel, noted that five inches of rain fell on Pensacola in the hour from 9 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, which is more than during the entirety of Hurricane Ivan in 2004.
Here’s a road that got some of the worst of it.
And here’s a highway that runs through Pensicola.
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