Rain soaks Jacksonville roads for morning commute
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Drivers in North Florida may need to take some precautions as they make their way back to work after the holidays.
Rain from Wednesday has continued into Thursday morning making many roads slick.
Action News cameras caught large puddles forming on the westside near McCoy Creek.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, The St. John's County Sheriff's Office and Florida Highway Patrol have no reported flooding problems as of 5 a.m.
In Clay County, the sheriff's office report they are watching over 209 and Henley Road where deputies saw some flooding issues Wednesday night.
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