ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- A Nor'easter is underway across the region and is expected to linger throughout the day and tonight.
According to a release from the St. Johns County Emergency Operations Center, another two to four inches are expected to fall across the region with strong winds continuing through the evening.
St. Johns County is currently under a Flood Watch through late this evening according to the SJCEOC. If you live in an area of St. Johns County prone to flooding, officials state you should be prepared to take action should flooding develop.
Officials are also reminding residents not to drive in areas where water is covering the roadway, "Make the smart choice, turn around, don't drown."
According to the SJCEOC, St. Johns County is also under a wind and high surf advisory. Residents are being asked to use caution outdoors.
St. Johns County road conditions:
- North St. Johns and Ervin, road erosion
- Timucua and Tomoka, road flooding
- Lightsey Road, road water
- SR 16 East of Masters Drive, flooding
- 2800 CR 13, a large tree down
- Portions of SR 16, flooded
- King and S. Whitney, flooded
- 2895 CR 214 has power lines down across northbound outside lanes
- SR 207 Hilltop Road is flooded, north bound lane under water
- 8650 Cowpen Branch, weather related road erosion
- Old Moultrie and Ponce Harbor are flooded
- Datil Pepper and JW Court, wire down
- Dondanville, west of A1A, low nagging wires
- 3500 SR 16, standing water
- International Golf Parkway and Center Place, standing water
- CR 16A at SR 16, water across road
- SR 13 N at CR 16A, leaning tree
- CR 13S at CR 13 A, heavy flooding, tree down both lanes
- Pacetti Road and Scaff Road, water across roadway
- US 1 North at Binniger, flooded and high water
- SR 13 N at SR 16, water across roadway
- N Roscoe and Canal, standing water
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