Hernando County residents ready for high H2O tonight

January 23, 2017 - Picnic Time

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PICNIC ISLAND, Fla. (WFLA) — Residents on Pine Island in Hernando County are fresh for high H2O tonight, and it’s not a initial time.

Picnic island Hernando countyThat area along a marshy seashore was flooded by Hurricane Hermine final year and many famously during a No Name Storm of 1993.

Tonight homeowners who live in pretentious houses are relocating their cars and trucks to a tip of a low overpass in an bid to keep them dry as a charge and high waves approach.

Kent Eppley remembers what he went by during Tropical Storm Hermine and doesn’t wish to go by that again.

“I had to pierce my jeep adult that night we woke adult during one am and certain adequate H2O was already adult to my residence we had to expostulate in and afterwards we had to travel behind to my residence in that things that night that wasn’t any fun,” Eppley said.

Along U.S.19 nearby Weeki Wachee trade lights are moving extravagantly in a zephyr as periodic showers pierce in form a Gulf and Hernando only had a hurricane warning.

The feeling here is that he misfortune is nonetheless to come.

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