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(9/12/17, 1300)

Irma was declared post-
tropical by the National
Hurricane Center early
Tuesday morning. Mostly
sunny skies are expected
statewide with rain
chances less than 20%.
Temperatures will be near
normal, but index values
could reach the mid 90s
this afternoon. Significant
river flooding will continue
over the next several days
as heavy rainfall from
Hurricane Irma drains into
Florida Peninsula rivers.
River Flood Warnings are
in effect for 16 major river
stems and creeks in
Florida. Major to record flooding is occurring or expected along the following rivers: St. Johns, St. Mary’s, Black Creek, Haw Creek, Santa Fe, Ocklawaha, Deep Creek, Durbin Creek, Anclote, Hillsborough, Alafia, Little Manatee, Myakka, Horse Creek, Peace, Fisheating Creek, Imperial and Caloosahatchee. Water levels may take several days to weeks to recede.

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