An unidentified couple walk in the rain as Tropical Storm Fay approaches the Florida Keys in Big Pine Key, Fla., Monday, Aug. 18, 2008. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
Tropical storm Fay is proving to be a much greater problem for florida than most residents and officials anticipated.
The storm just won't quit as it makes a record fourth landfall in Florida.
Tropical storm Fay chugged westward across the Gulf coast on Saturday and cities from Pensacola to New Orleans prepared for inches of rain.
Emergency crews in Tallahassee were busy dealing with downed trees and power lines while area homes and businesses were inundated with flood waters.
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