Clay County Fire and Rescue Captain Bernita Bush says they're going to have workers in the emergency operations center through the night as part of their level 2 emergency status.
She says they'll mainly be monitoring localized flooding, "specially in the Middleberg area."
Bush says drivers should not try to go around barriers blocking flooded streets, as you never know how deep the water is.
They're also concerned about kids playing in standing flood water.
"There are sewage systems that could be leaking, or covered well heads," Bush said. "And of course there's always debris under that dirty water that you can't see."
Also, some snakes or ants could come up and be in the flood water too. She says it's best to stay out.
Clay County is offering free sand and sandbags for those fighting back flood waters. You can get them at Fire Station 14 in Middleberg on Everett Avenue or at Fire Station 22 on Pine Avenue in the Fleming Island area.
All listed roads other than those noted as “barricaded” are open, however, could be impassable to smaller cars/trucks whose drivers should still proceed with caution. Barricades on roads indicate wash-outs or areas of collapse.
Lazy Acre/Red Bug
SB Lanes 217/Whitetail
2300 Blk Blanding
3500 Blk County Road 218
4000 Blk Scenic – Barricaded
3073 S Deer – Barricaded
Horsetail/Cinnamon – Barricaded
River Rd/Shedd Rd
All listed roads other than those noted are opened however could be impassable to small cars/trucks. Barricades on roads indicate wash-outs or collapses.