Wind, rain, power outages; what’s happening with the weather in your neighborhood?

Author: Carolyn Dolcimascolo
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A WINK News viewer shared an incredible video from Estero Island. It was taken from the seventh floor of the Beach Villas around 7:45 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Be sure to turn up the volume and listen to the howling wind.

In Naples, viewer Nicholas Jankowski shot a video and took pictures of cars and SUVs traveling in the flooded streets of Fifth Avenue South and Goodlette Frank Road.

Collier County was placed under two flood advisories due to the excessive rain until 7 p.m.

Back in Lee County, parts of Palm Beach Boulevard at Veronica Shoemaker Boulevard ended up underwater.


Heavy rain showers contributed to ponding on roadways early Tuesday, and it’s expected to remain that way throughout the evening, and into Wednesday.

At Lions Park in Fort Myers, near Lee Memorial Hospital, Mar Guzman and her daughter Valentina came across a tree that lost a massive limb due to the weather.

Some LCEC customers in Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres experienced power outages. For the latest on LCEC outages, click here.

You can check here if you are a Florida Power & Light customer.

Southwest Florida International Airport experienced a few delays. Tracking software,, reported 69 delays of both incoming and outbound flights as of 11 p.m.


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