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Today's FLASH report from ALACHUA EM

For track, please visit: 
Alachua County Storm Watch Page
http://www.alachuacounty.us/Depts/PublicSafety/em/weatherTools/Pages/StormWatch.aspx

Current Storm Track Image
http://www.alachuacounty.us/Depts/PublicSafety/em/weatherTools/Weather%20Images/track.png

As you may have seen, UF has created a storm watch page to provide regularly updated information for the University community regarding Tropical Storm Isaac:  http://www.ufl.edu/tropical-weather-isaac-2012/.  The site will provide information regarding any UF actions as well as resources for obtaining current forecasts, including tropical update videos from WRUF.

 

It is still too early to know specific forecast impacts, if any, for the UF campus area in terms of wind and rain.  However, all UF units, employees and students should monitor Isaac forecasts and review their tropical weather plans.

 

As FYI, WRUF 6 will present a public weather briefing regarding Isaac at 2pm today.  It can be viewed on their broadcast channel or online at http://www.wruf.com/weather/watch-live/.


There will be another tropical information net tonight at 8 pm following the ARES Net on the 146.820 repeater.

Jeff Capehart, W4UFL
Alachua County ARES/RACES
Emergency Coordinator/RACES Officer
352-219-3901
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From: [log in to unmask]
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2012 11:55:14 -0400
Subject: Tropical Storm ISAAC FLASH Report #3

8/23/2012 11:55:00 AM EST -

Isaac slows down, weakens to minimal Tropical Storm.


Current Storm Status:

Location: 200 mi. South-SouthEast of San Juan, Puerto Rico; approximately 1475 mi. SSE of Gainesville
Maximum Wind Strength: 40 mph
Movement: West at 15 mph
Minimum Central Pressure: 1003 mb

Watches/Warnings for Alachua County:

None.

Potential Impacts to Alachua County:

Alachua County has a 10% chance of Tropical Storm force winds within the next 5 days.

Alachua County is now inside the 5 day error forecast cone.

Forecast has Isaac off SW Florida Monday at Category 1 Hurricane.

The State Emergency Operations Center is now activated at a Level 2 partial. SEOC will remain at Level 2 throughout Republican National Convention. Will go to higher level depending on storm impacts.

All Alachua County based interests should monitor this storm.

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