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In anticipation of the effects from Nicole, voluntary evacuations will be in effect starting at 7 a.m. Wednesday for coastal areas of St. Johns County, county officials announced.
Ahead of a nor’easter this week and as Nicole churned toward Florida, Clay County officials announced that the county will operate under a local state of emergency effective at 8 a.m. Wednesday.
As Nicole churns closer to Florida, voluntary evacuations began Wednesday morning for coastal areas of St. Johns County.
Ahead of a nor’easter this week and as Tropical Storm Nicole churns closer to Florida, people in St. Johns County are preparing by filling up sandbags.
After many Florida residents obtained sandbags ahead of Ian, which made landfall Wednesday as a Category 4 hurricane in Southwest Florida, several counties are offering some information on what to do with those after the storm.
Nassau County issued an Evacuation Order at 8 a.m. Wednesday for Evacuation Zones A and D.
Nassau County Emergency Management will be offering sandbag pickups Monday in preparation for Hurricane Ian’s impact on Northeast Florida.
Sandbags will be available in Alachua as Hurricane Ian heads toward Florida.
Here are the Northeast Florida counties that have announced plans to distribute sandbags as Hurrican Ian tracks toward Florida.
Columbia County emergency officials are monitoring Hurricane Ian.
Flagler County officials on Monday revised sandbag operations as Hurricane Ian tracks toward Florida.
Multiple Northeast Florida counties are offering sandbags as Elsa is expected to impact the area.
Clay County Emergency Management encouraged residents to make sure their homes are prepared ahead of Elsa.
Bradford County is offering free sandbags to its residents in preparation for the potential impacts of Tropical Storm Elsa.
Bradford County will be distributing prefilled sandbags
Putnam County officials activated the Emergency Operations Center to a Level 2 on Tuesday morning as they prepare for Tropical Storm Elsa.