Gov. Rick Scott Calls For Floridians To Stay Alert On Potential Severe Weather

By  //  May 14, 2018

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SCOTT: we should never let our guard down

Governor Rick Scott today made the following statement regarding the National Hurricane Center’s monitoring of a weather system that could potentially develop into a tropical or sub-tropical depression. (NBC Image)

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Governor Rick Scott today made the following statement regarding the National Hurricane Center’s monitoring of a weather system that could potentially develop into a tropical or sub-tropical depression.

Governor Scott was briefed this afternoon by FDEM while traveling back to Florida. The Governor also directed the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) to be in constant communication with counties regarding the weather system.

FDEM has also been in contact with local emergency management professionals in Palm Beach County regarding reports of a small tornado touching down in The Acreage, FL.

“In Florida, we know how to prepare for storms, and even though hurricane season hasn’t begun, we should never let our guard down,” said Gov. Rick Scott.

“It’s encouraging to know that the National Hurricane Center doesn’t expect this system to become a tropical storm, but we should never underestimate the potential impact of severe weather. I urge every Floridian to take this opportunity to revisit their emergency plans. Also, Floridians should stay tuned to local news reports as this weather system moves north.

As with any storm, our main concern is safety, and Floridians across the state should take the proper steps to keep themselves and each other safe,” Scott added.

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