Date: 06/27/2012 by: Mallory Gnaegy | Community Editor
John Ringling Blvd. leading into St. Armands Circle was just barely a one-lane road Sunday afternoon.
The 6000-block of Gulf of Mexico Drive was completely under water on Sunday afternoon.
The golf-cart path at Longboat Key Club and Resort's Islandside course became a river on Monday.
St. Mary, Star of the Sea, Catholic Church's parking lots were covered with broken limbs from the high winds.
A duck finds a new place to swim near the Longboat Key Center for the Arts, a Division of Ringling College of Art and Design. The establishment was considered high land for the Longbeach Village.
Joan Durante Park was closed Monday. Branches and limbs were down all over the park.
A cat in Longbeach Village finds a dry spot to sit.
Longbeach Village residents had to park their cars on high land and wade to their homes.
Billie Brown takes her dog, Tucker, "for a swim" in the Longbeach Village.
High winds tore through Longboat Key. A fence was blown down near the 4000-block stretch of Gulf of Mexico Drive.
Two vacationers didn't let Debby get in the way of their day at the beach Monday. Dangerous person-high waves were crashing into the beach.
Broken limbs littering the course at Longboat Key Club and Resort were par following the Deb-istation.
There were more positive sides to the Deb-istation. Golfers looking to improve their aim had the added obstacles of flooding and flying limbs Sunday at Longboat Key Club and Resort's Islandside Course.
St. Armands Circle Park was completely under water Monday morning.
Palm fronds littered St. Armands Circle and Longboat Key. St. Armands Circle was especially decorated.
Broadway was lined with water Sunday afternoon, stranding Longbeach Villagers at home.