A flood watch is in effect for Pasco, Hernando and Citrus counties until 8 p.m. Tuesday and roads in the Tampa Bay area are being affected by the heavy rainfall.
Pasco County Emergency Management tweeted out a list of the affected roads in Pasco County.
If you see flooded streets that are not on this list, please call Pasco County's Customer Service line (727-847-4211) to report the flooding.
— Pasco County EM (@Pasco_FL_OEM) August 9, 2016
Most roads on the list have limited access and only one road is closed completely.
Heavy rain on Monday morning flooded streets in parts of the Tampa Bay area.
At least two fatal crashes occurred during the morning storms. A two-vehicle crash at Kelly Road and Memorial Highway killed one person, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. In another fatal crash, a fuel tanker overturned at Linebaugh Avenue and West Sheldon Road.
— HCSO (@HCSOSheriff) August 8, 2016
The weather also caused Lowry Park Zoo to close for the day.
Below is a map of the areas with reported street flooding. ABC Action News will update with reports as they're received.
Flooding on Ironbark Drive in Port Richey. pic.twitter.com/KBPhP7UO1g
— Erik Waxler (@erikwaxler) August 8, 2016