Officials across Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties are still advising motorists to stay off roadways in the area, many of which are flooded and undriveable.
Tropical Storm Ian, which was downgraded from a hurricane while it passed through Central Florida, has left a wake of flooding that officials have frequently described as unprecedented.
Throughout the tri-county area, multiple vehicles have become disabled due to motorists attempting to cross flooded streets.
In downtown Orlando, video of the high water levels at Lake Eola went viral. Water from the lake, like many others across the area, overflowed onto the sidewalks and streets surrounding the area.
Much of Ivanhoe Village, which is located just north of downtown Orlando, is underwater due to overflow from Lake Ivanhoe. That includes large stretches of North Orange Avenue, which is situated along the lake.
Multiple cars that tried to traverse the water on that road have become disabled and have been abandoned, including the car in the following photo.
In downtown Orlando, crews worked overnight to replace a downed traffic light that laid across South Orange Avenue.
Osceola and Kissimmee officials have stressed the importance of avoiding all standing water, as it may be deceptively deep. Multiple vehicles around the city and county are currently disabled as a result of the high waters.
Seminole County officials say the situation is no different in their cities, with Winter Springs and Altamonte Springs reporting multiple neighborhoods under water. Vehicles parked on streets and driveways are stranded, and multiple residents have had to be rescued from their homes.
If you live in Seminole, Osceola, or Orange County and need emergency assistance to leave your home, call 9-1-1.