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Tropical Storm Erika 11:00 PM Thursday
Flagler County Emergency Management continues to monitor the progress of Tropical Storm Erika located about 1,400 miles away from Flagler County. There is still a great amount of uncertainty on the eventual path and strength of Erika.

The information line at 586-5111 is open from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The National Weather Service indicates that surf and rip current risks will likely increase over the weekend and into next week. Tropical Storm Conditions may be possible on Monday and Tuesday (30% chance).

There are no planned closures at this time.

All interests in Flagler County should continue to monitor the progress of Erika and it is always a good time to review your personal emergency plans. Be sure to click on the links below for preparedness advice and the latest on Erika.










 

 

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