Tropical Storm Andrea is now moving up the eastern coast into the Carolinas this morning, and the after-effects have already been made in Florida and Georgia.
The biggest impacts to Florida was storm surge up around 2-3 feet for much of the coastline, but a few places had surge as high as 4-5 feet. Tornadoes were also common in Florida. Preliminary totals show 11 possible tornadoes, 5 of which were confirmed yesterday, the rest will be analyzed today during storm surveys.
A little closer to home, Georgia actually picked up some higher rainfall amounts than many areas in Florida did. Notice the image above with some official rainfall totals from Florida and Georgia airports.
More rain is expected to fall in parts of Georgia Friday, before quickly exiting off to the north, dumping several inches of rain from the Carolinas all the way up the East Coast.