Pasco Under Tropical Storm Warning
Pasco County officials are warning residents to prepare for rain and wind.
PASCO COUNTY – The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Warning for Pasco County.
Residents in the western portion of the county can expect sustained winds of 20 miles per hour to 30 mph, with gusts up to 40 mph – mainly along the U.S. 19 and Little Road corridors – beginning early this afternoon (May 27) into the early overnight hours Monday (May 28). Subtropical Storm Alberto is also expected to bring 2 inches to 4 inches of rain to Pasco.
Pasco County Emergency Management is reminding residents to secure any loose items around their property this morning before the worst of the storm arrives. Pasco officials are advising everyone to stay home for the duration of this event, if possible. If you are on the roads, be aware of the chance for flash flooding in flood-prone areas, and never drive through water-covered roadways.
Pasco County Emergency Management, Fire Rescue and Public Works crews are closely monitoring all flood-prone areas in Pasco and are standing by, ready to respond if necessary.
Residents are reminded to monitor local news and Pasco County social media for updates.
For information on how to prepare for severe weather, go to pascoemergencymanagement.com and download the MyPasco App on your mobile device.
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