From Emergency Management:
Hurricane Dorian UPDATE September 04, 2019 at 8:08 AM
Nassau County Manager Mike Mullin says the county-wide curfew has ended as of 7am.
Overnight Hurricane Dorian shifted slightly west as the Category 2 storm continued its northern path along the Florida coastline. This shift could increase coastal tropical force winds or hurricane-force gusts and potential flooding along low-lying areas in Nassau County beginning late this morning.
Officials are monitoring the ICW bridge and will close the bridge to traffic if wind speeds exceed sustained 39 miles per hour. Any announcements about closing the bridge would be made on Social Media and through all local news media immediately.
Both shelters remain open, but public transportation to shelters will cease after making a final run ending at 10am.
Nassau County Director of Emergency Management Greg Foster cautions residents to stay off roadways unless absolutely necessary as the storm approaches, stay away from the beaches as waves heights increase and storm surge becomes greater.
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