Coastal Alabama and a large section of the Florida panhandle remained under a flash flood watch early Monday, after a weekend in which some areas received more than 20 inches of rain.
Officials in Escambia County, Florida, where Pensacola is located, expect damages to total more than $20 million.
Flood waters up to 8 feet deep inundated the Forest Creek Apartments in the city.
"I walked out chin-deep in water," Lillian Murphy told CNN affiliate WEAR TV. The floodwater submerged her car and almost reached the roof of her apartment. "I don't know who to call or who to contact."
The National Weather Service noted a wide range of rainfall totals around the region as of 8 a.m. Sunday, the latest available data as of early Monday.FULL STORY