(CNN) -- Already deluged by a stubborn cyclone that wouldn't move, northern Florida could get another 6 to 12 inches of rain over the next two days as Tropical Storm Debby hovers in the northern Gulf of Mexico. The storm could also produce isolated tornadoes across Florida on Tuesday, the National Hurricane Center said.As of Tuesday morning, Debby was centered about 90 miles west of Cedar Key, Florida, the weather agency said.
MIAMI -- Tropical Storm Debby whipped Florida with bands of drenching rain Monday while its center was nearly stationary in the Gulf of Mexico. Its slow progress meant the most pressing threat from the storm was flooding, not wind. ... Read Post
(Reuters) - Tropical Storm Debby weakened slightly as it moved slowly over the northern Gulf of Mexico on Monday, dumping heavy rains and threatening to bring flooding and tornadoes to parts of Florida. Debby, the first named storm ... Read Post