State of Emergency issued in 33 Florida counties ahead of Tropical Storm Idalia

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State of Emergency issued in 33 Florida counties ahead of Tropical Storm Idalia

Well, good afternoon. I’m here to give an update on tropical storm Idalia. I’m here, joined with Florida DM, Director Kevin Guthrie, as well as major general John Haass, who’s our ad in general for the Florida National Guard. Before I get into those details. I would like to say *** few additional words about what happened in Jacksonville yesterday. Florida, the state and its people condemn the horrific racially motivated murders perpetrated by *** deranged scumbag in Jacksonville at the Dollar General Store. Perpetrating violence of this kind is unacceptable and targeting people due to their race has no place in the state of Florida. Casey and I extend condolences to the victims and their families on behalf of the entire state of Florida. I’ve spoken with Jacksonville, Mayor Degan Sheriff Waters and President Fason from Edward Waters. We will work with Dr Fason to ensure the college has adequate security just like we’ve done when our Jewish Day schools have been receiving threats we’re not going to allow in the state of Florida. Our HBCUS to be targets for hateful lunatics like the guy yesterday. Now, with respect to tropical storm Idalia, it is currently 80 miles off the coast of Cozumel with 35 mile per hour winds. It will become *** hurricane by late Tuesday afternoon. Landfall is currently expected along the Big Bend region on Wednesday and it could arrive at the state of Florida as strong as *** category two hurricane. The storms of course, as we know these things can wobble. So Floridians along our gulf coast should be vigilant even if you’re currently outside the cone and indeed, you could see impacts if you are in *** place that’s outside the cone. We issued an executive order yesterday to allow prep time and to stage resources to be able to respond to the storm’s aftermath. Our emergency operations center here in Tallahassee will go to *** level 1 24 hour round the clock starting at 0 700 tomorrow. Please listen to your local officials. If you look at this big bend region, the models are probably more in agreement than when we had Ian last year. But these things can shift. There’s still some uncertainty out there. So please just heed the warnings of your local officials continue to watch the, if you are in the path of this storm, you should expect power outages. So please prepare for that, particularly if you have one. If this storm ends up coming in the Tallahassee region, there’s *** lot of trees that are going to get knocked down, the power lines are going to get knocked down that is just going to happen. So just be prepared for that and be able to do what you need to do if you are power dependent, particularly people who are elderly or who have medical needs. Please plan on going to *** shelter. Some of these counties are going to be announcing that they will be opening shelters. I would imagine in the next day or so, that will be *** good decision because the chance of you losing power if *** category two hurricane hits is very, very high. In terms of resources, we have mobilized 1100 national Guardsmen and they have at their disposal, 2400 high water vehicles as well as 12 aircraft that can be used for rescue and recovery efforts. Power. We are going to start the power companies are going to start pre staging linemen starting on Monday and we’re going to have probably not as many as we had for Ian because the track of the storm is different and the number of people affected is likely to be less, but there is going to be *** significant amount of linemen that are going to be stationed and ready to go. And so what we would say to the municipalities and other trick outfits is please be willing to accept this mutual aid so we can get the power back on as quickly as possible. When we did hurricane Ian, the places that accepted the mutual aid early, they got the power back on *** lot quicker. So please, these resources are going to be there. Let’s all work together to get the power back on. Clearly, we’ve had instances in the past where it dragged on and there were *** lot of people without power, particularly in Tallahassee and in 2016 storm. So I want to avoid that the linemen are going to be there and we want to put them to work And I know that I know that all the residents will really appreciate that. So please accept the mutual aid contact, Kevin Guthrie if you have any questions about that, but we are going to have power outages. And so we want to get the power back on for all Floridians as quickly as possible. We are likely going to be staging the majority of our resources in Marion County and parts of North Florida. And that’s going to just give us the flexibility in case the track changes to be able to mobilize the resources where they need to go. Florida Department of Transportation has now allowed expanded weight and size requirements for emergency transport. So they’re going to be able to bring in more supplies on trucks than they otherwise would be. Please just be vigilant and watch, watch the weather channel, watch the news, listen to your local officials. We’re going to continue to have briefings, you know, as the days go on here, if you want to know how you can prepare, go to Florida disaster dot org slash get *** plan Florida disaster dot org slash get *** plan. You have time to make the preparations you’re going to see on that website. All the things that are recommended that you do. But I would say again, if you are in the path of this storm, expect, expect to lose power for *** certain amount of time. And so just take whatever precautions are necessary as *** result of that, I’m going to have Kevin Guthrie stand come up here and provide an update from the emergency management perspective. Thank you, Governor. Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Kevin Guthrie. I’m the executive director of the Florida Division of emergency management and I want to begin by thanking Governor Rhoda Santis once again for his swift action in declaring an emergency order as we prepare for the impacts of tropical storm idel. But I also want to express to you how diligent our state emergency response team behind us has been working over the weekend to ensure that our communities are ready. The state emergency response team is here in the EOC working tirelessly to be prepared for any direction that this storm may take. And I thank them for their continued hard work for Floridians. Additionally, the state has been made aware of *** situation involving fuel contamination at gas stations serviced by the port of Tampa. I want to ensure Floridians that we are coordinating here at the EOC with everyone from petroleum retailers to the ports themselves to ensure that the disruption will not be widespread or prolonged. And that residents can have *** seam, can have seamless access to fuel at the direction of the governor. As he’s already mentioned, we have already waived the size, weight and hour restrictions for getting those necessary resources into the state and down to consumers as quickly and effectively as possible has just released *** statement related to this fuel contamination. And they are conducting investigations on how widespread the situation is and what you can do in specific situations if you’re impacted. If you think your car may be affected, please call the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services consumer hotline at 1 800 4357352 for English and for Spanish 1 803 529832 in July. The division and the Florida Association of Broadcasters brought together meteorologists from around the state to discuss hurricane forecasting and messaging. We’re relying on you in this room to help us get that message out. I want to stress that every tropical storm, every hurricane is different and this is no exception. We cannot gauge our ability to withstand future hurricane based, future hurricanes based on prior experiences. This will not be hurricane Hermine, this will not be hurricane Ian. We need you to pay attention to what we’re asking you to do *** few things that you should keep in mind, do not focus on just the, the cone is where the eye could go. But those hurricane force winds and tropical storm force winds will extend far beyond what the cone represents. We will have storm surge warnings and watches in the coming days. Storm surge was the number one cause of death. In hurricane Ian, you can evacuate by going tens of miles away, not hundreds, just simply going to your nearest shelter will save your life. You utilize this time now to sit down with each and every member of your household and communicate your plan. Make *** plan if you haven’t done so and make sure you focus on those household members or even your businesses, things that you should consider. How will we receive our communications and warnings? What is our plan for shelter? What is our evacuation route? What is our internal family communication plan if we should get separated? How do I communicate with my employees are just some of the things that we would encourage you to do. The governor has already mentioned this but additionally, medically dependent Floridians and those with access and functional needs can receive extra assistance during *** during *** disaster through the state Special Needs registry. If you are not familiar with that, please go to Florida disaster dot org. That’s Florida disaster dot org slash SNR for Special needs registry. Once you have taken the time to make *** plan, take *** stock of you and your family’s disaster supply kit. If you need additional information on your disaster supply kit, please go again to Florida disaster dot org slash kit. If you need items for your kit, we are in the middle of *** tax holiday. So please make sure you take advantage of this first ever Florida, 1st, 2nd iteration of the tax holiday supplies of the kit should be specific to the needs of your household. But for *** model disaster supply kit again, you can go to Florida disaster dot org slash kit. I’ve said this once, I’ll say it again. If your kids do not eat, canned tuna, don’t buy them. Can tuna, please get them stuff that they’re going to need, that they’re going to eat. So you take care of everybody in your household. Last thing I want to talk about is know your home and know your zone. What do we mean by this? You need to understand what your home’s ability is to withstand winds. We will see 90 mile an hour winds with the storm perhaps even higher. So please know if your home could withstand those hurricane force winds. The next thing you need to know is your evacuation zone. So many people that I talked to in hurricane, I do not know the difference between fema’s flood zone and an evacuation zone. If you need to know where your evacuation zone is at, please go to your property appraisers office, go to the website and your evacuation zone will be listed there. You can also get to it through your local emergency management pages and of course Florida disaster dot org. If you’re ordered to evacuate, that order will come from local emergency management officials or maybe *** local sheriff. If you are asked to evacuate, please do so. Again, we want to save lives when it comes to your yard. If you can pick it up, put it up, if you cannot pick it up, make sure it’s tied down so that those objects do not become missiles. If you will into someone else’s home, the state of emergency response team will continue to coordinate, collaborate and communicate with our county partners to ensure our state is ready to respond. And again, Governor, I want to just say thank you for all your leadership. Also said, I mean, if you look at them, we have the track up here. I’m sure people have seen it on TV or what not. So it’s going basically Taylor Dixie County is where they’re saying that the landfall is going to be. And I do think that these models are *** little bit more in agreement than when we did hurricane Ian. But I do remember being here on *** Sunday afternoon for *** Wednesday impact and seeing the the impact be up in North Florida in that big Ben area and it ended up hitting Santabel Island and those areas down in Southwest Florida. Now, that was partially because you had one model taking it way west and they kind of were just averaging it. And so it ended up there. I think most of these models are probably *** little bit more in agreement this time, but I would just caution people to remain vigilant. This stuff is, can change. We’ve had storms hit outside the cone in recent, recent years. I mean, you know, we’ve had in Pensacola *** couple of years ago outside the cone, they got massive flooding. So if you’re in Tampa Bay, if you’re in some of those areas, you absolutely could have major, major impacts. The fact that it’s bent *** little bit more south from where it was. Maybe this morning, the Hurricane center think it very well may, may, may migrate back further west and be more in line with Tallahassee. So people here in Tallahassee, you know, you’re not out of the woods at all just because it moved *** little bit to the, to the east. So I would just say anybody on this Gulf coast, certainly from Tampa all the way up to places like Bay County, you should absolutely be very vigilant right now. You should be following the track of the storm and you should just be making your preparations. There were models that had it up to cat three. We think that now the highest seems to be the agreement seems to be two. But again, there’s *** lot that can happen. This thing hasn’t even gotten to Cuba yet and the, the water in the Gulf is very, very warm and so that will provide some fuel for this thing to pick up some more speed. So Florida disaster dot org slash get *** plan. We’ll continue to be providing updates. Listen to the folks who are the emergency management and the local officials, they are going to be the ones that are going to be issuing guidance on evacuating. If there’s any road closures, that’s all going to come from them. So please listen and heed that advice, any questions. So we’re going to start with staging and preparation county and in North Florida. So there, there will be two staging areas and this way it provides Florida DM the to move the response wherever it goes, depending on how the storm may wobble, sir. What is your travel schedule going to look like with this? Obviously, you were supposed to be out of state for campaigns. We, we’re locked in on this. We’re, we’re going to get the job done. This is this is important so people can, people can rest assured we, we’ve always been ahead of the curve on this. Kevin and I were talking about this middle of last week, *** week ago and all the preparations that have needed to be done have been done. Those preparations of course are ongoing. We are going to have resources staged and we’re going to execute *** response. I am here, I am here. How involved is the state with the evacuation orders? And did hurricane Ian change? The calculus of that hurricane response is bottom up when you do an evacuation order? The reason the state doesn’t do an evacuation order is because evacuations are effectuated by local officials. So if they’re gonna, if the state said, you know this Santabel causeway is closed, well, we don’t have people there that can effectuate that, that’s the sheriff, that’s the police, that’s the local people. So that’s why it’s got to be bottom up because they’re the ones that are controlling how the traffic is going to, how people are going to go, whether they’re shelters or not, that is just not done by the state. So, you know, we support their efforts on different things, but those orders are going to come locally and that’s the way it’s always been. That’s the way it’s going to be. You know, I spoke out at the time when people were attacking Lee County about it. You know, Kevin was talking with them, you know, Sunday of the storm for Wednesday, it was even further northwest than this track was. And so of course, they didn’t issue an evacuation order at that time. Then as it got closer, they acted and did it. And so that’s, but I think it’s got to be done locally. Gasoline. Is there any concern about price gouging or panic buying there’s always, there’s always concerns for both. I mean, obviously the attorney general is going to be all over the gouging. So that’s not something anyone should do. There’s no need to do panic buying, but sometimes that happens in these storms. The issue with the port of Tampa is one that could complicate this. It has nothing to do with the storm, but it’s happening right on the eve of the storm and so places and I think I spoke with Commissioner Simpson earlier today. They’re trying to get the list of all the gas stations that may have had cross contamination so that people know if they filled up at any of these stations that they probably don’t want to drive their car because I mean, you’re going to have people potentially just stuck on the side of the road. I mean, if you fill up your tank with diesel and you start driving it, it’s not going to end well. So that is *** concern. Now, if the storm ends up more North Florida than Tampa, maybe that’s not going to end up being as important for the storm. But as you see, I mean, you could see some major flooding, you could see *** surge in the Tampa Bay area. It could be major, major impacts there. That is all still in the cards. Now, overall with fuel, we always work to have the ability to surge fuel if there, if there’s *** major problem and so we did it with Hurricane Ian, we had the trucks out there. People could go fill up in rural areas that really helped. I will tell you though, Hurricane Ian, the gas stations getting back on track, they actually got back pretty good compared to Irma and some of the other storms that we had and *** lot of that was just driven by power. If they had generator capacity, they were able to do it, but the fuel was still being delivered. And so I think Kevin’s view is that this is the fuel is probably going to be delivered. We are going to have the ability to move some fuel in. Do you want to say anything more about? I would just say that just, just over the governor’s shoulder here is the Florida petroleum industry. They are here. We have the Ports Council that is here. We have, we have dot Who’s over my left shoulder that’s here for weights and measures and making sure that people can move commodities freely throughout the state. We did not fill up fuel in hurricane Ian. We’re not going to fill up fuel now. We are already making adjustments for the market to make sure that we are able to meet all of the needs there and we’ll continue to do that. Thank you. I asked Senator Commissioner Simpson to come to tomorrow’s briefing. I think he’s going to be here and he provide an update on the latest on this fuel situation from the port of Tampa. And basically, it was just human air. They just, they put diesel in tanks that were supposed to be regular gas and that, and then the DAX, they identified it and they were able to do it. But there was nobody until Dax did the oversight that identified it, it was something that could be identified, I think just from the difference in the smell, they were, they were able to do that. So hopefully we don’t have that many people that are affected by this. Obviously, if you have *** tank of gas and it’s 90% regular and 10% diesel, the dilution is probably, may not ruin your car. But I mean, if you put *** whole tank of diesel in that’s going to be *** major, major problem. So stay tuned tomorrow morning, we’ll have an update on that. And so we’ll see you guys then. Thank you.

State of Emergency issued in 33 Florida counties ahead of Tropical Storm Idalia

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order on Saturday, Aug. 26, in preparation for Tropical Storm Idalia.DeSantis signed executive order 23-171 ahead of Idalia’s projected impact on Florida next week. The order declares a state of emergency for 33 counties along Florida’s Gulf Coast.Idalia is predicted to intensify as it moves northward into the Gulf of Mexico.”I signed an Executive Order issuing a state of emergency out of an abundance of caution to ensure that the Florida Division of Emergency Management can begin staging resources and Floridians have plenty of time to prepare their families for a storm next week,” DeSantis said. “I encourage Floridians to have a plan in place and ensure that their hurricane supply kit is stocked.”The Florida Department of Emergency Management has been activated ahead of expected impacts to the state. FDEM has been speaking with officials from all 67 counties in Florida to identify needed resources and prepare for any impacts from Idalia.Other state agencies, including FDLE, FWC, and the Department of Health, are preparing for impacts to the state.Related: Where to find sandbags in Central FloridaThe following counties are under a State of Emergency:AlachuaBayCalhounCharlotteCitrusColumbiaDeSotoDixieFranklinGadsdenGilchristGulfHamiltonHardeeHernandoHillsboroughJeffersonLafayetteLeeLeonLevyLibertyMadisonManateeMarionPascoPinellasPolkSarasotaSumterSuwaneeTaylorWakulla

Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order on Saturday, Aug. 26, in preparation for Tropical Storm Idalia.

DeSantis signed executive order 23-171 ahead of Idalia’s projected impact on Florida next week. The order declares a state of emergency for 33 counties along Florida’s Gulf Coast.

Idalia is predicted to intensify as it moves northward into the Gulf of Mexico.

“I signed an Executive Order issuing a state of emergency out of an abundance of caution to ensure that the Florida Division of Emergency Management can begin staging resources and Floridians have plenty of time to prepare their families for a storm next week,” DeSantis said. “I encourage Floridians to have a plan in place and ensure that their hurricane supply kit is stocked.”

The Florida Department of Emergency Management has been activated ahead of expected impacts to the state. FDEM has been speaking with officials from all 67 counties in Florida to identify needed resources and prepare for any impacts from Idalia.

Other state agencies, including FDLE, FWC, and the Department of Health, are preparing for impacts to the state.

Related: Where to find sandbags in Central Florida

The following counties are under a State of Emergency:

  • Alachua
  • Bay
  • Calhoun
  • Charlotte
  • Citrus
  • Columbia
  • DeSoto
  • Dixie
  • Franklin
  • Gadsden
  • Gilchrist
  • Gulf
  • Hamilton
  • Hardee
  • Hernando
  • Hillsborough
  • Jefferson
  • Lafayette
  • Lee
  • Leon
  • Levy
  • Liberty
  • Madison
  • Manatee
  • Marion
  • Pasco
  • Pinellas
  • Polk
  • Sarasota
  • Sumter
  • Suwanee
  • Taylor
  • Wakulla



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