PENSACOLA, FLA. -- Parts of Florida are drying out today, following a wet weekend that brought torrential rains and flooding to two Panhandle counties.
Officials say parts of Escambia and Santa Rosa counties saw over a dozen inches of rainfall on Sunday alone.
Forecasters say a broad low pressure system stalled over the panhandle over the weekend, bringing heavy rainfall and severe weather.
Pensacola saw about two feet of rainfall over the weekend.
Initial damage assessments put the price tag in Escambia County around $20 million. Power was knocked out to thousands of homes on Sunday.
Dozens of homes suffered flood damage due to the weekend rains.
Meanwhile, a squall line of storms raced across the peninsula late Sunday, spurring severe weather warnings for parts of central Florida.