Suwannee Democrat


April 30, 2014

Sheriff: Emergency management monitoring weather

Live Oak —

Suwannee County Sheriff and Director of Emergency Operations Center Tony Cameron told the Democrat on Wednesday no emergency action is being taken at this time, however, his staff is monitoring the National Weather Service hourly for updates.

“At this time, it is predicted by the National Weather Service that we will only get 2-3 inches of rain in our area between now and Saturday,” Cameron said. “We are monitoring the National Weather Service to see if there are any changes hourly and to make sure if there are any changes, we can get it out to the public to see if we need to do anything further.”

Currently, the NWS has predicted isolated showers, then scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout tonight. Some of the storms could produce small hail and gusty winds. Rain is in the forecast for the next several days. 

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