Volusia County beaches prepare for coastal impacts from Tropical Storm Isaias

Video: Volusia County beaches prepare for coastal impacts from Tropical Storm Isaias

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Tropical Storm Isaias is crawling past Florida Sunday evening and is not making much contact with the coast.

In Daytona Beach, outside of the occasional band of rain coming through, it was a pretty nice Sunday with people out on the beach enjoying the water.

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Surfers took advantage of some big waves hitting the jetty in Ponce Inlet Saturday ahead of Isaias, but by Sunday morning, the waves were about a third of the size.

Daytona Beach’s iconic Main Street Pier was damaged last year during Hurricane Dorian and underwent repairs.

There were concerns it could have been damaged again if the coast saw any significant winds, but so far that's not been the case.

The Main Street Bridge and Beach Street area are known to be flood prone whenever there are heavy rains.

The board walk would normally be empty and boarded up if there was a major storm approaching, but Sunday night it looked like almost any other weekend.