WAKULLA COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) - In Wakulla County, the coastal flooding is worse now than it was two years ago during Hurricane Hermine.
Ponce de Leon Road is about a quarter-mile away from the river but the flood waters are still all over the road and people's lawns. In fact, Riverside Drive is entirely flooded.
People in the area have been driving around on golf carts and four wheelers, checking out the damage all afternoon.
Wakulla County's director of emergency management told WTXL they were only expecting 2 to 4 feet of flooding. Instead, the highest points were at about 5.5 feet.
Although high tide is already receding, the storm isn't over yet.
Luckily, no injuries Monday. Officials say a tree did fall on one woman's vehicle while she was driving earlier but luckily she wasn't hurt.