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Sun shines as Anclote River nears crest in Pasco

Sun shone over Tampa Bay on Tuesday, but residents in flooded west Pasco County may not see relief for weeks. The Anclote River, which winds through the southwestern part of the county, was expected to be at its highest, 25.5 feet, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service, nearing the 1945 record of 27.7 feet. At 25.5 feet, Pasco officials worry that as many as 5,700 properties could be in the flood area, said Annette Doying, emergency management director for the county. (Aug. 4, 2015) BRENDAN FITTERER |Times

Source: Tampa Bay Times

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