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Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Storm Center

Florida Public Radio Emergency Network

Time is Running Out in South Florida

Posted by Meteorologist Jeff Huffman on

Hundreds of thousands of South Floridians in the path of Major Hurricane Irma have less than 24 hours to make a decision. A decision to find higher ground, a sturdier structure, or hit the highway. Doing nothing is also a decision, but potentially a life-threatening one.

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Floridians Must Watch Tropical Storm Erika

Last Updated by Meteorologist Jeff Huffman on

Tropical Storm Erika is not Danny. It has a better chance to survive and could be a threat to Florida as early as Monday. The season’s fifth tropical storm is forecast to near The Bahamas as a hurricane this weekend, but confidence is low on what path it may take thereafter. Forecast data suggests potential outcomes could range from a formidable hurricane nearing Florida’s east coast.

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Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Information

Posted by WSRE Staff on

WSRE has joined forces with Florida’s public radio stations statewide to form the Florida Public Radio Emergency Network (FPREN) to communicate emergency information through a seamless system of free over the air FM radio as well as online and mobile applications.

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