To assist residents who are still experiencing flooding, Osceola County and St. Cloud are reopening their sandbag distributions sites on Sunday across from Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee on Shakerag Rd from 8am-6pm and at the St. Cloud Center on 17th Street from 8am-7pm. Please bring your own shovel as both sites are self-serve distribution.

Water continues to flow south from Seminole and Orange Counties along Shingle, Boggy and Reedy creeks. Osceola County is estimating that East Lake Toho and Lake Toho waters levels could rise another two-feet and will not crest until Thursday.

Areas across the County still experiencing extreme historic levels of flooding include Shingle Creek, portions of Buenaventura Lakes, Pebble Point, and other low-lying and flood-prone areas like parts of Poinciana.