LAKE CITY Fla.-- After a weekend of severe storms, Bobby Keen says looking out at his front yard is like looking out at a lake.
"It washed my garden away," he said.
Relentless rains flooded farm lands and roads and across Lake City.
"It was raining extremely hard I couldn't see the trailer across the way there it was so thick, the rain falling," said Keen.
The cleanup has just begun in Columbia County, with debris and downed trees in almost every corner.
Near 60 MPH winds ripped off the roof of this dollar store, and sent a massive oak tree onto Penny Layton's home and car.
"My Hyundai was covered by part of a tree and a power pole," said Layton.
Layton says she still feels lucky. Despite all the damage, nobody she knows was hurt.
"I'm fine, and everybody in my family is fine so that's important."
No injuries were reported during the storm.
Lake City remains in a State of Emergency, and power crews are expected to come up from South Florida to help out with the clean up process.