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Tropical Update - SundayEvening
Emergency Management continues to monitor the progress of Tropical Depression # 9

Forecast models strengthen the disturbance, then curve it into the Gulf and back across Florida late this week, others keep it further west. The bottom line, we still do not know the eventual outcome.

What we do know is that there is a high risk of rip currents along our coast and that will likely continue. Some nuisance flooding may occur early next week along the ICW at times of high tide.

This is a good time to review your hurricane plan and double check your supplies as we are in the busiest part of the hurricane season. All residents should stay up to date on the latest forecasts.












 

 

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