Tropical Storm Fay will be remembered for excessive rainfall over a large area... and she's not done yet. The forecast is for slow movement over the Florida Panhandle and into south Alabama over the next 5 days. Rainfall across east central Florida is in the 10-20 inch range, with isolated amounts of 20-30 inches, and that is measured with rain guages.
Click here to see how much rain has fallen since the storm first landfall in Florida as estimated by doppler radar.
Models indicate that the remnants will finally get drawn northward over the next few days. It's possible we could get a little rain from her as she travels northward (amounts will be up to 1/2 inch).
Here are some actual rainfall amounts from Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.
HIGHLAND HOME 8.54
DAUPHIN ISLAND 6.48
CAPE CANAVERAL 22.83
PALM SHORES 21.44
PALM BAY 21.00
MELBOURNE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE 19.62
CAPE CANAVERAL/COCOA BEACH 19.01
FT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD 7.12