NE Florida has stormy Sunday

Tropical Storm Debby churns in Gulf

Published On: Jun 24 2012 05:08:55 PM EDT   Updated On: Jun 24 2012 05:29:10 PM EDT
Black Creek
BLACK CREEK, Fla. -

Storms rolled through northeast Florida Sunday.

People who live in Black Creek in Clay County near State Road 21 watched the steady rain falls all afternoon.

"If we get that northeast wind like I was saying, there could be some water in the cul de sac, but as long as that northeast wind don't stick around, I think we'll be fine," said Josh Allen.

Allen was out watching the storm and said he hadn't seen anything unusual. The area typically floods during heavy rains and strong storms.

"So far, so good," said Allen.

Mary Bumford remembers when the area flooded during Josephine. As a result, she was being cautious.

"We've taken some pre-preparations. We have not pulled out our boat or jet ski. I don't believe that anybody has at this point, but tomorrow morning might be interesting," she said.

Bumford believes the water could be highest on Tuesday after the storm passes.