Hurricane Dorian Update 8-31-19 10 a.m.

Hurricane DorianAlachua County continues to monitor the track of Hurricane Dorian. We are cautiously optimistic about the National Weather Service’s latest forecast for Dorian impacts to our area. Residents are encouraged to remain vigilant and prepared. View the latest information about Tropical Storm Dorian from the National Weather Service.

To stay informed about current conditions and threats from Hurricane Dorian, call 311, the Alachua County Information and Rumor Control Line. This number cannot receive texts. Please use 911 for emergencies only.

Residents are encouraged to have an emergency preparedness plan, a basic emergency supply kit, and to register for emergency alerts at www.AlertAlachua.com.

To stay informed about major storm conditions, follow Alachua County on Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to the County's press releases.

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