By: WCTV Eyewitness News
September 2, 2016
Here's what we know from around the region. WCTV will update information as it becomes available.
City of Tallahassee / Leon County
Several fallen trees have been reported throughout Tallahassee and Leon County. City officials say crews are assessing damages and extra crews are being called in.
As of Friday afternoon, the following roads were closed or blocked by fallen trees or debris from the storm:
Crump Road and Miccosukee Road
Mahan Drive and Veterans Memorial Road
Centerville Road and Killala Way
Old Bainbridge Road near Rolling Oaks Trail
Old Bainbridge Road and Marsh Road
1739 Red Top Circle near Woodville Highway
2632 Oynx Trail
6284 Crestwood Drive 1001
Shady Wood Trail
Woodpecker Lane and Oak Ridge Road
Summerhaven Drive and Woodville Highway
Moccasin Gap Road near Half Moon Farm
Pedrick Road and Countryside Drive
Old Bainbridge Road and Yaupon Drive
Old Bainbridge Road and Dick Mitchell Drive
Isabelle Drive and Carson Drive
Hill N Dale Street and Bernard Avenue
Louvinia Drive and Old St. Augustine Road
Caplock Road and Camellia Drive
Miccosukee Road and Doomar Drive
6448 Old St. Augustine Road
Old St. Augustine Road, just south of SouthWood Plantation
Timberlane Road and Meridian Road
County Road 59 near Thomas Road
Woodlane Circle and 6 Oaks Drive
Jay Bird Lane and Highway 20
Davis Road and Buck Lake Road
Meridian Road between Glenview Drive and Bradford Road
Orange Avenue and Kennedy Drive
Meridian Road at Anderson Avenue near Lake Ella
2131 Meridian Road
Mahan Drive at Plantation Forrest Drive
Thomasville Road at Kinhega Drive
N. Monroe Street at Perkins Road
N. Monroe Street at Clara Kee Boulevard
Thomasville Road and Live Oak Plantation
Mahan Drive and Myster Warrior Trial
Mahan Drive at Myster Warrior Trail
Capital Circle NW and Deer Run Drive
Capital Circle Nw and Woodlane Circle
City of Tallahassee Utilities says around 67,000 customers are without power Friday morning. City officials say it is not necessary for customers to report power outages at this time. Crews are assessing damages and extra crews are being called in.
Utilities workers were able to start working to restore power to affected areas around 4:30 a.m., once much of the storm had passed through the area.
Talquin Electric says 31,400 customers in Leon County are without power. TEC says they anticipate that it will take several days, possibly even up to 2 weeks in some cases, until power is fully restored to all of its customers.
The Apalachicola Bridge reopened Friday morning but residents are urged to stay off of the roads until officials can further assess damage.
Numerous trees down. Deputies have removed smaller trees but waiting on equipment to remove larger trees. A vehicle crashed into a downed tree near Wacissa. No injuries reported.
No significant damage or injuries have been reported. Crews are checking roadways for downed trees. About 1,300 in Lafayette County are without power. 20 stayed at the county's shelter overnight.
Numerous trees and power lines are down throughout the county. Residents are urged to stay off roadways as crews assess and repair any damages or outages. 34 people stayed at the county's storm shelter overnight.
Trees and debris are on roadways throughout the county. Residents are urged to stay at home, if possible, as crews further assess damage.
Trees are reportedly down on both eastbount and westbound lanes of I-10 in the area.
No injuries reported.
87 residents stayed at a shelter in Live Oak, while 34 stayed at a shelter in Branford.
Taylor County Emergency Management says officials will begin to assess damage once the sun comes up. A storm surge was estimated at 9 feet at spots along the coast.
Officials did make some rescues overnight of residents who tried to ride out the storm.
Power is out to much of the county
Residents will be allowed back to any affected areas once the areas are deemed safe.
Officials say roughly 30 people were at the Taylor County Elementary Shelter overnight.
Wakulla County's emergency officials say that at least 70 trees have been reported down. Four homes have been damaged. No injuries have been reported.
The shelter at Crawfordville Elementary had 54 residents overnight.