The National Hurricane Center is predicting that torrential remains and flooding spawned by Tropical Storm Debby will continue for the next several days in parts of the Florida Panhandle and north Florida.
Forecasters said late Monday that the storm was still in the Gulf of Mexico, 35 miles (56 kilometers) south of Apalachicola, with sustained winds around 45 mph (72 kph). It was moving northeast at 2 mph (3 kph).
Practically parked off Florida's Gulf Coast since the weekend, Debby raked the Tampa Bay area with high wind and heavy rain Monday in a drenching that could top 2 feet over the next few days and has already led to flooding.
A tropical storm warning remains in effect for the Florida Gulf Coast from Mexico Beach in the Panhandle to Englewood, south of Sarasota.
Forecasters cautioned that Debby is a large tropical cyclone spreading strong winds and heavy rains at great distances from its center.
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