BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton and South Palm Beach County are looking relatively fine after Isaac’s rain and wind.
Low lying areas, as expected, are wet and somewhat flooded, but driving is not an issue on major roads. The most significant obstacle in many places is the presence of landscaping crews cleaning up.
We are aware of no significant power outages in Boca Raton, as FPL’s command center continues to monitor the aftermath.
Palm Beach County Schools are now set to reopen Tuesday.
Photo: standing water near the Shadowood theater at Glades and 441.
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