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PINELLAS COUNTY WILL BE ISSUING A MANDATORY LEVEL A EVACUATION STARTING AT 6:00 A.M. TOMORROW MORNING . UPDATE: Need to Evacuate by DUSK ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 PLEASE REMEMBER TO REMOVE YOUR LAWN FURNITURE AND LOOSE ITEMS TO AVOID THEM...
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SAND AND SANDBAGS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT TOWN HALL STARTING WEDNESDAY AFTER 1:00 P.M. IF YOU HAVE ONE, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SHOVEL. 20 BAGS PER PROPERTY ALLOWED. IF YOU HAVE NOT OBTAINED YOUR RE-ENTRY PASS PLEASE STOP BY TOWN...
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This month marks the 25th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew. On the morning of Aug. 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew, a Category 4 hurricane with maximum wind speeds exceeding 175 miles per hour, struck portions of southern Florida, devastating southern Dade County....
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Standard homeowners and renters insurance does not cover flood damage Pinellas County is currently experiencing drought conditions, but the rainy season will be upon us in a matter of months. Rain brings the potential for flooding, especially since most of...
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Current satellite image as of 11 AM EST showing the area of storms that will impact west-central and southwest Florida with a severe weather threat organizing along the cold front to our west. This area will slowly shift east during...
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Pinellas County is partnering with the State Emergency Response Team and with other central Florida counties to participate in the regional Great Tornado Drill on Wednesday, Jan. 25, as part of Severe Weather Awareness Week. Everyone is encouraged to participate,...
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The Tropical Storm Watch for Pinellas County has been lifted. Local weather conditions continue to improve as Hurricane Matthew moves NNW. Matthew is expected to move away from our region throughout the day. Isolated showers may continue through the late...
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Pinellas County is now under a tropical storm watch, with the National Weather Service forecasting sustained winds of 20 to 30 mph and occasional storm bands with 40 to 55 mph wind gusts, similar to summer thunderstorms. These conditions are...
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Pinellas County reminds residents that sand and sandbags that have been in contact with floodwaters may be contaminated with sewage or septic waste, animal waste, oil and gasoline residue, lawn chemicals such as fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, or other chemicals....
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