The Gulf of Mexico is being hit hard by tropical storm Debby. The state of Florida has officially declared a State of Emergency and millions have already been affected. Ayoudo has published a guide on how to use social media during a crisis and has begun circulating it to those in the way of the storm.
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Wakulla County, Fla., has seen 26.2 inches of rain, weather.com said in a Twitter alert. Authorities there advised people to stay in their homes due to washed out and flooded roads.
St. Marks, Fla., saw 21 inches in a two-day period while other areas got around 20 inches,
Parts of Live Oak, Fla., were evacuated Tuesday due to flooding, it added.
In Starke, Fla., five dogs drowned early Monday when a swollen creek flooded an animal shelter,The Florida Times-Union reported.
Pinellas County saw flooding and at least 20 homes damaged during a tornado-like storm on Sunday.