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Posted by cat5shuttersllc on June 5, 2012

D I V I S I O N  O F  E M E R G E N C Y  M A N A G E M E N TFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, June 4, 2012
CONTACT: Jessica Sims, 850-487-2430, Jessica.Sims@em.myflorida.com
http://www.FloridaDisaster.org

Floridians Urged To Stay Alert As Storm System Brings Potential For Severe Weather
State emergency management officials encourage residents and visitors in North Florida and the Panhandle to stay alert and exercise caution as a potentially severe storm system moves southeast into the state today and Tuesday.

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“Several clusters of thunderstorms are expected to develop across the Deep South and move southeast into northern Florida early this week,” said Florida Division of Emergency Management State Meteorologist Amy Godsey. “We strongly encourage residents and visitors across the region to monitor this weather system and to be prepared to act if warnings are issued.”

TALLAHASSEE – State emergency management officials encourage residents and visitors in North Florida and the Panhandle to stay alert and exercise caution as a potentially severe storm system moves southeast into the state today and Tuesday.

“Several clusters of thunderstorms are expected to develop across the Deep South and move southeast into northern Florida early this week,” said Florida Division of Emergency Management State Meteorologist Amy Godsey. “We strongly encourage residents and visitors across the region to monitor this weather system and to be prepared to act if warnings are issued.”

Multiple waves of storms are expected with this weather pattern, with severe storms and heavy rainfall possible through at least Tuesday and possibly Wednesday. These storms will have the potential to produce damaging wind gusts and large hail, possibly during overnight hours. Residents and visitors to the state should monitor local media outlets and ensure that their NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio alert settings are turned on.

The Atlantic Hurricane Season began June 1 and continues through November 30. To GET A PLAN!, visit http://www.FloridaDisaster.org. For the latest information on the 2012 Hurricane Season, follow on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/flsert and on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/FloridaSERT.

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