Yeah, no kidding. People in Pasco County are already leaving (by boat) because they have had so much rain there already. My husband just called and said that the phosphate plant in Riverview is in emergency mode (like what the heck is that?) and they are extremely concerened about the Alafia River flooding into their plants there.
I told him this last night. He shook his head like a bobble head because he was watching "Sea Biscuit".
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