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This news from Levy County Sheriff and Emergency Management:
Another round of severe weather is possible this afternoon, overnight into early Monday morning across northern Florida.
Gusty winds, hail may accompany the cold front passage. Behind the front will be low
temperatures near freezing early week in North Florida.
Residents and visitors along the Suwannee River in North Florida should
be prepared for possible road closures and evacuations as early as
Governor Crist on Wednesday signed Executive Order 09-81, declaring a
State of Emergency in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Hamilton,
Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Taylor, Wakulla, Escambia, Gulf,
Holmes, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton and Washington counties.
The State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee remains activated
today to a Level 2 activation which is a partial activation of the
state team to support county operations in the Panhandle and Big Bend
Monitor local media and NOAA alert radio for updates and warnings.
The Suwannee River is expected to crest at U.S. 90 on the Suwannee /
Madison County line mid-week and the I-10 Bridge at the river crossing
by late week. Residents should heed any local evacuation orders and
Stay safe by avoiding flooded areas and roadways.
Remember to "Turnaround, Don't Drown" if faced with a flooded roadway.
Observe all evacuation orders and wait until local officials give
the "all-clear" before returning back home.
Standing flood waters pose possible health dangers. Basic hygiene is
Avoid contact with flood waters if at all possible and keep
children away from flood waters.
Watch out for fallen power lines in trees or standing water.
Take this time to restock and supply your personal disaster supply