Debby is now a tropical depression, but that news is not helping the threat from both flooding and tornadoes the storm system could still spawn.
Tropical storm Debby has been downgraded to a tropical depression. Florida residents and visitors have been forced to change plans due to flooding and high winds caused by the storm.
Vacationers were wearing ponchos instead of swimsuits at the peak of the summer season because of the tropical storm, which has drenched Florida for at least four days straight.
Claims problems and mixed messages from the Gulf oil spill unified command structure has local leaders from Pensacola to Plaquemines Parish fuming as the Gulf comes under what some call a 'tarball attack.'