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Severe Weather Potential Briefing Issued 5:00 am EDT June 3, 2020 Overview: As Tropical Storm Cristobal lingers over the Bay of Campeche, southerly low level flow over the Florida Peninsula will setup a prolonged wet pattern through at least Sunday....
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Redington Shores will be hosting the annual Hurricane and Flood Awareness Meeting on Thursday May 14th, 2020 at 6 pm via Go To Webinar....
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There is a 1-3 ft storm surge warning for our area.  Although we don’t expect severe impacts from the storm, it is important we stay prepared.  Please monitor the weather closely.  A sandbag station is located behind Town Hall for...
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Redington Shores Town Hall will be open from 8:30am-6:00pm today (Friday). Special Saturday hours will be from 8:00-12:00pm to better serve our residents, ahead of the storm. Please come in for sandbags and re-entry tags during these times. Proof of...
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Are you prepared for Hurricane Dorian? If you do not have your re-entry tag… NOW is the time to get one! Town Hall is open Monday-Friday from 8:30-4:00. Sand will be available to behind Town Hall beginning Thursday at 12:00PM....
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To The Residents of Redington Shores, One of the many benefits of living in the Town of Redington Shores is our proximity to water.  With the white sandy beaches to the west and the Intracoastal to the east, residents and...
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Town of Redington Shores Update For those who’ve recently watched the reports of destruction from Hurricane Michael, you quickly realize the powerful impact of high winds and storm surge on a coastal community. The fact that this storm developed from...
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UPDATE:  Topical Storm Watch has been lifted A tropical storm watch and storm surge watch have been issued for Pinellas County. Heavy rainfall anticipated. Please plan accordingly and stay safe. We will continue to share updates as available. You can...
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Update (May 27 6:40 pm) Pinellas County is no longer under a Tropical Storm Warning, unless additional local watches or warnings are issued by the National Weather Service subsequent to this we should be out of any danger areas. We...
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