Florida ESF 18 Update - Tropical Storm Sally - 09/13/2020September 13, 2020
Good Morning, ESF 18 Partners-
Attached is the latest report from the state meteorology team regarding Tropical Storm Sally. Please note the following:
- Impacts will extend far beyond the cone, including significant rainfall and wind for a large portion of Florida.
- Tropical Storm Warnings: coastal Escambia, coastal Santa Rosa, coastal Okaloosa, south Walton, coastal Bay, and coastal Gulf
- Tropical Storm Watches: coastal Franklin County
- Tropical storm force winds could begin along the Panhandle as early as late tonight or Monday morning.
- 6-12” of rainfall is expected along the Panhandle and western Big Bend with localized totals of 12-18” possible.
***As a reminder, we invite you to join us for a brief ESF 18 coordination call today, September 13th at 3:00pm (EST) during which a member of the state meteorology team will provide an update on on Tropical Storm Sally.***
Conference Line: 888-585-9008
Participant Code: 488-097-156
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us at ESF18@em.myflorida.com.
This update is provided to you by ESF 18: Business, Industry and Economic Stabilization