Gardens, North Palm drying out after more than three inches of rain

Palm Beach Gardens’ golf course was closed Wednesday morning, and one of North Palm Beach’s baseball fields was full of water after more than three inches of rainfall since Tuesday afternoon.

One of the baseball fields at Anchorage Park in North Palm Beach was waterlogged Wednesday morning after receiving three inches of rain in the storms that began Tuesday afternoon. (Sarah Peters/Palm Beach Post)

One of the baseball fields at Anchorage Park in North Palm Beach was waterlogged Wednesday morning after receiving three inches of rain in the storms that began Tuesday afternoon. (Sarah Peters/Palm Beach Post)

The City of Palm Beach Gardens sent a tweet at 7 a.m. indicating the Sandhill Crane Golf Course off Northlake Boulevard will be closed this morning. The staff is re-evaluating at 11 a.m.

A bullpen at the athletic fields near Palm Beach Gardens High School and the Plant Drive Park had a few large puddles Wednesday morning after a night of heavy rain. (Sarah Peters/Palm Beach Post)

A bullpen at the athletic fields near Palm Beach Gardens High School and the Plant Drive Park had a few large puddles Wednesday morning after a night of heavy rain. (Sarah Peters/Palm Beach Post)

Elsewhere in the city, huge puddles consumed much of the walking path around the Burns Road Recreation Center. Good news for the pickleball enthusiasts who use the courts off Plant Drive and Lilac Street, though: The courts looked as though the storms had never been here.

An adjacent bullpen near Palm Beach Gardens High School had taken on some water.

One of the baseball fields at Anchorage Park in North Palm Beach was waterlogged, while the volleyball courts right next to it appeared dry.

A few people still used the walking paths around the Burns Road Recreation Center in Palm Beach Gardens Wednesday morning. Heavy rain overnight left behind huge puddles that consumed most of the paths. (Sarah Peters/Palm Beach Post)

A few people still used the walking paths around the Burns Road Recreation Center in Palm Beach Gardens Wednesday morning. Heavy rain overnight left behind huge puddles that consumed most of the paths. (Sarah Peters/Palm Beach Post)

 

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