Brevard County sees ‘moderate’ rain from tropical system, officials monitoring storm

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — A tropical disturbance drenching areas of South Florida brought less intense rain to parts of Brevard County Saturday morning.


WFTV’s Melonie Holt has been in Indialantic since about 5 a.m., watching conditions along Highway A1A and on the beach.

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She reported seeing standing water in some locations, but said rainfall has generally been on the lighter side.

Brevard County has not activated its Emergency Operations Center.

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Officials told WFTV they have been monitoring conditions and will respond as necessary to any flooding or other weather-related problems.

Residents can expect between one and three inches of rain on Saturday, with the heavier amounts in southern Brevard County.

Stay with WFTV.com and watch Eyewitness News for updates on Potential Tropical Cyclone 1 and the latest developments on your weekend forecast.

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