At 4:40 p.m., the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office asked citizens to avoid the following roadways. The list was updated several times over the next 45 minutes, but many of the roads were expected to reopen quickly as the water drains.
- Powers Avenue at University Boulevard – closed due to flooding
- University Boulevard at St. Augustine Road
- 6600 Arlington Expressway closed in both directions due to flooding. Police ask people to avoid using the Mathew Bridge eastbound.
- Phelps and Market Streets
- 107th Street at Catoma
- 6400 block of Beach Boulevard – west and eastbound lanes closed due to flooding
- San Jose Boulevard at University Boulevard closed due to flooding
- Blanding Boulevard and 295 - north/south on and off ramps flooded
- Collins Road and Blanding Boulevard – intersection closed due to flooding (Collins west of Blanding, as well)
- McCoys Creek Road at Stockton
- 1400 block of S. Edgewood Avenue
- The off ramp of the Hart Expressway at University Boulevard
- North Main Street at Interstate 295 (near Zoo Parkway) is closed until further notice. Police say there appear to be issues with the concrete under the overpass.
Emergency crews in Clay County also reporting flooded streets in Orange Park, including Gano Avenue, Dolphin, Bellair and St. Francis.
Channel 4 chief meteorologist said the water should drain quickly as the heaviest of the rain is moving offshore of Jacksonville, but heavy rainfall is training north from Palatka to St. Augustine.