Holiday, Florida -- People in Pasco County are watching water swallow their streets, rising from their neighborhood lake.
Almost a foot of rain has fallen in the Holiday area since the start of this rain event on Monday, according to Doppler radar estimates.
PHOTOS: Weather photos Sept. 25, 2013
There's been nowhere for all that water to go.
People in the Holiday Travel Park mobile home park say it has backed up a whole chain of ponds and lakes. And now, they're watching nervously as it's lapping at the edge of their lanais.
Larry Pickering put us in his pickup truck and gave us a tour of the mobile home part he's managed for nearly two decades.
Like it was during Debby -- last year's torrential tropical storm -- his route around Holiday Travel Park has to be a careful one. Underwater roads blend invisibly with submerged grass and with the lake that's meant to handle rainstorm runoff. Driveways are filled with water, wakes stirred by wind and cars slosh against doorsteps. A few houses have water poised to creep in under patio doors.
Pickering says he's working with Pasco County to improve drainage in the long run. But for now, the only way to stop more damage is to hope for sunshine.
Pasco County emergency managers say no buildings have been damaged by flooding yet. Minor flooding has forced crews to close roads in the Buena Vista and Forest Hills subdivisions, along with a stretch of Seven Springs Boulevard.
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