Wakulla County, Florida- July 12, 2012
People in Wakulla County are into their third week of clean up after Tropical Storm Debby flooded homes and businesses.
Wakulla Springs State Park is also recovering from Debby's deluge.
Rain water and upwelling has turned the spring a murky tea-color.
However, park rangers say the water is tested constantly and people shouldn't let the appearance of the normally clearer springs fool them.
Says Scott Savary: "Definite increase in flow. Real high rise. We got to 4.9 feet, which is about 3 feet higher than we are today. We have a lot of tanning that turns the water darker, but it's still real good water quality."
Savery says the springs normally have an output of 400-thousand cubic inches of water a day, but during Tropical Storm Debby, it was almost five times that amount.