** Major & -- in some cases historic -- flooding continues with a crest on the St. Mary's in Macclenny of 24.2' occurring Thu. with only a very slow drop though tributaries could still go higher -- this record crest surpasses the flooding from "Dora" in Sept., 1964. Major flooding on the Santa Fe River is just getting underway with a crest in Ft. White Monday of 33.5' ** . Large rivers take longer to rise & fall so there's a lag between the heaviest rain & the worst flooding. Check out some of the remarkable rainfall across the First Coast since May 27th -- last image below.What's left of "Debby"
is moving west & northwest of Bermuda & will soon move into the N. Atlantic. A cluster of t'storms
has developed over the Western Gulf. This is sort of on the tail end of the trough that extends from "Debby" across the Fl. Straits, Cuba & into the Yucatan Peninsula. Any development would be slow with a slow drift to the west or northwest. Forecast models don't indicate surface low pressure forming in this area, but it's something to watch.A weak tropical wave
is well east of the Lesser Antilles & moving west. Lots of dry air to its west so development -- if any at all -- will be very slow.