JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla.-- Every time there's a big storm, Lee and Pat Miller hold their breath.
"Get a lot of water. It settles right here," Lee said.
The couple's house in Jacksonville Beach isn't much different than other neighboring streets-- except for one thing. Drainage.
When the heavy rains come, the water stockpiles in the yard and has no where to go.
"They got to do something and this is fixable. This could be taken care of," Pat said.
Tropical Storm Debby isn't the Miller's first go-round. Last year, Hurricane Irene dumped 10 inches of rain and left the grass soaked.
"It's a little frustrating of course because you can't control what comes out of the sky," Lee said.
Pat says until the city pays the drainage system some attention-- they'll hope for the best and pray they stay out of a big storm's way.
"We're senior citizens. We moved down here to live. It's a big concern. I'm worried. Very worried," she said.