One year ago next week, Tropical Storm Fay whipped parts of the east-central Florida peninsula with winds of 65 to 75 mph and deposited up to 26 inches of torrential rain — the most rain dumped on the Sunshine State in nearly a decade.

The storm killed five residents of Florida, where power to 93,000 homes was knocked out, including 15,000 homes that were flooded and caused $195 million in damage.

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