Hurricane Dorian is not expected to affect either Georgia or South Carolina directly over the Labor Day holiday weekend; however, the forecast remains fluid and you should remain vigilant.
There is a high risk this weekend of rip currents at local beaches. Further, beginning in the middle of next week, there is a probability of tropical storm winds and coastal flooding. While Hurricane Dorian’s final path will likely bring it northward, the storm’s exact track continues to be unknown at this time.
FLETC will continue to monitor Hurricane Dorian actively, and receive regular updates from the National Hurricane Center and local Emergency Management Agencies to ensure we have the most current information available to make operational decisions.
FLETC and participating organization staff in the potentially impacted areas should prepare their homes and work site for hazardous conditions.
Please ensure your information in the Emergency Notification System is current, since we will use this system to provide emergency information regarding the storm.
FLETC will continue to provide updates, as needed, on the internet, social media, the FLETC mobile app, and the FLETC 1-800 number (see list below). Please check back frequently to ensure you have the latest information.
• 1-800-79FLETC or 1-800-793-5382
• FLETC.gov – Main Page under Tropical Storm Dorian Updates
• On Twitter - @FLETC/ https://twitter.com/FLETC
• On Facebook – FLETC Headquarters/ http://www.facebook.com/fletc
• On Instagram – FLETC/ https://www.instagram.com/fletc/
• FLETC Mobile App – available at the Apple Store and Google Play
Stay tuned to your local TV stations and radios for additional storm updates.
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