Over the weekend, Pensacola, Florida was ravaged by heavy rains that caused extensive flood damage.
An estimated $20 million in damages is being reported in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties in Pensacola, Florida. The damage is due to a severe weather system that wreaked havoc over the weekend, causing extensive flooding. At least one person has been confirmed dead as a result of this weekend's storm in Pensacola. (Source: USA Today)
"Flash flooding occurs within a six-hour or less period of time," said Keith Williams, a meteorologist with the weather service in Mobile, Ala. "They come up very suddenly and do a lot of damage."
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