Glades County under tropical storm warning

Posted 11/8/20

MOORE HAVEN -- On Sunday mornng at 8 a.m the Glades County Emergency Operation Center activated to a Level 2, partial activation,in response to Tropical Storm Eta. Emergency Management will be …

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Glades County under tropical storm warning

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MOORE HAVEN -- On Sunday mornng at 8 a.m the Glades County Emergency Operation Center activated to a Level 2, partial activation,
in response to Tropical Storm Eta. Emergency Management will be staffing the EOC and will
continue to monitor any potential impacts from Tropical Storm Eta. At this time no shelters are
scheduled to open.

A Tropical Storm Warning continues to be issued for Glades County. This warning could
continue throughout the day today and possibly into Monday morning. Please prepare your
home and secure any loose items that may be in the yard.

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