Franklin County Emergency Management Alert
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01/10/20 11:00 AM – Severe Weather Advisory
A Line of Severe Storms with possible scattered storms ahead of the line will move east and get to SE AL/Central FL Panhandle by early Saturday Afternoon and continue through Saturday Night.
There will be increased risk of Damaging Winds, Tornados, and Coastal Flooding with 4-6ft waves.
We are asking that all citizens who live along the coastline or are prone to surge or flooding to take precautionary measures. This includes but is not limited to:
- Secure yard items such as chairs, umbrellas, etc.
- Secure Boats and Vehicles – This includes moving to higher ground.
- Make sure your disaster kit is ready and accessible.
- Do Not Drive Cars Through Flooded Areas. If you see Flood Waters…..REMEMBER TO TURN AROUND AND DO NOT DROWN.
Please monitor the weather closely for the next several days.
There is an elevated risk of Rip Current for the next several days. Please Use Caution!
Franklin County Emergency Management continues to monitor this storm closely. If you have any questions:
- Visit our website at franklinemergencymanagement.com
- Visit National Weather Service Tallahassee at https://www.weather.gov/tae//
- Sign up for Alert Franklin.
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- Call our Hotline at 850-653-8977