Hurricane season is beginning to ramp up a bit. It has been fairly quiet for Florida the last few years, but don’t let your guard down. I recommend, if possible to check the National Hurricane Center at least twice a day (once in the morning and once at night). Check your preps, go over your evac plan and routes (have more than one). Remember travel times during evacuations typically triple and quadruple. Don’t forget important documents and plan for the pets….I know I’m preaching to the choir. Those bugging in, don’t forget to check you exterior area for potential flying debris such as lawn furniture or dead trees and branches. Have plan for the furniture and other items. Get those dead trees and branches on the ground.
No threats to us at the moment…though there is a broad area of rotation over Hispaniola slowly moving east. This has the potential to become an issue once out over water.
Another good site for those a bit more into tropical weather is Central FL Hurricane site.