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WATCH: This video was taken in Spring Creek Marina in Wakulla County as Sally affected the area around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. (🎥: Lori Newman)

Postal Service backs off threats to stop mail delivery in Wakulla County ahead of the election

FIRST ALERT: Flash Flood Warning in place for Baker, Early and Miller County until 10:30 p.m. Leon, Wakulla, Grady, and Franklin under a Flash Flood Watch.

FIRST ALERT: Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Decatur, and Grady County until 2 p.m. Heavy downpours and gusty winds moving into the Tallahassee area. #gawx  #flwx 

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A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for FL counties west of Leon & Wakulla county, southeast AL, & the western half of our GA counties thru mid-week. Localized amounts up to 10 inches possible in southwest GA/southeast AL. Isolated amounts up to 20 inches possible in Walton county.

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The Tornado Watch has been extended eastward to now include Wakulla County, FL and parts of Apalachee Bay. This watch is in effect until 7pm EDT/6pm CDT.

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9/15/20 2:37pm EDT Radar Update - A trailing rainband from #HurricaneSally  moving into Apalachee Bay is showing two rotation signatures (blue circles) which are likely waterspouts. A Special Marine Warning is in effect for that area, with Wakulla County added to the Tornado Watch

Flash Flood Watch in place for Franklin, Wakulla and Liberty County starting Sunday morning. Storms have the potential to produce more than 5" of rain in some spots. #flwx 

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Should you be worried when Muslim men pray outside? Some residents of Wakulla County, Florida, seem to think so.

Coastal flooding will continue to be a concern this evening. Here is a picture of Bottoms Road near Panacea in Wakulla County, courtesy of Jennifer Nagy, Wakulla County EM. #flwx 

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The highest inundations observed were in Wakulla and Jefferson county where 6-8 ft is estimated (preliminary). An additional 1 to 2 feet of rise is possible on top of current values before water levels begin to recede early Thursday. #HurricaneMichael  #Michael 

Wakulla County, Florida, official: "We got punched in the mouth" by this storm

Observations from coastal stations in Wakulla County indicate that water levels are rapidly rising. The gauge at Spring Creek has risen about 1 ft in the last hour. Additional sharp rises expected through the afternoon. #HurricaneMichael 

Water already well past the boat ramp in Panacea (southern Wakulla county) as #HurricaneMichael  storm surge moves in. Coastal locations in Apalachee Bay are holding-steady/slowly-rising, and this is with a outgoing tide. High tide is coming later this afternoon near peak surge.

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