Water was starting to recede Friday morning after roads were inundated by flood waters.
Chopper 5 flew over the Jupiter Farms community in northern Palm Beach, which sustained substantial flooding after days of rain from a tropical system.
Water covered the road at Jupiter Farms Road at 159th Court North
NORTHERN PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. - Heavy rains the past few days have flooded portions of Jupiter Farms, causing drivers to slowly navigate roads.
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WPTV anchor Mike Trim was unable to get out his neighborhood until 5:30 a.m. because of flooding at Sandy Run and Jupiter Farms roads.
There is other flooding in the neighborhoods around 159th Court North and Jupiter Farms Road.
Radar estimates show Jupiter Farms received 5.9 inches of rain in the last 48 hours.
Trim has lived in the neighborhood for about four years and said he had never seen flooding to this extent.
Drivers are navigating the flooded streets at a slow pace. Area residents should use caution on their morning commute.
The Palm Beach County School District said they did not have transportation problems in Jupiter Farms.
Flood waters were starting to recede by 11 a.m., but many streets still had water covering them.
A tropical wave has doused South Florida and the Treasure Coast this week with heavy downpours.