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Individuals and households in Orange County can apply for temporary housing assistance, basic home repairs, and certain other uninsured disaster-related needs. more
 Rep. Val Demings (FL-10) wrote to President Biden asking him to approve a temporary 100% federal cost-share for all emergency protective services in response to Hurricane Ian. Rep. Demings … more
Ian is a tropical storm whose center is about to emerge off the Florida Space Coast after raking through the peninsula Wednesday. more
In many disasters, people are starting to ask whether rooftop solar and battery storage systems can keep the lights on and the air conditioner running when the power grid can’t. more
I​an rapidly intensified into a major hurricane at 2:30 a.m. EDT and then made landfall in western Cuba two hours later. It will emerge over the waters of the southeast Gulf of Mexico later Tuesday. more
As Hurricane Ian approaches, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County wants to ensure you and your family are prepared. We encourage you to start gathering your supplies now. more
The St. Johns River Water Management District is closely monitoring Hurricane Ian and is taking proactive measures to help manage the anticipated rainfall in the coming days. more
A tropical storm watch is now in effect for Orange County. Residents are encouraged to stay prepared and continue to monitor the latest weather updates. more
Rainfall accumulations of 2-4” before the event will increase flooding concerns area-wide. Residents and visitors should prepare for heavy rain, gusty winds, and possible tornadoes more
Additional flooding and rises on area streams and rivers cannot be ruled out, especially in Central Florida, given already saturated antecedent conditions. more
The City of Apopka and Orange County Government are giving its residents the opportunity to acquire sandbags in preparation for what could be a significant rain event. more
The St. Johns River Water Management District is closely monitoring Tropical Depression Nine and is preparing for potential heavy rainfall throughout the region. more
A newly formed tropical depression that formed late last night could spell trouble for Floridians early next week with a possibility of forming into a major hurricane. more
While some areas in the central and northern region of the District received more than 9 inches of rain, southern portions of the District were left abnormally dry. more
30 years after Hurricane Andrew devastated Florida, researchers are using a ‘Wall of Wind’ to design safer homes – but storms are getting even more intense. more
While some areas in the central and northern region of the St. Johns River Water Management District received more than 10 inches of rain, others were abnormally dry. more
The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season started June 1, and the Florida Department of Health in Orange County wants to make sure you and your family are prepared. more
Property owners insured by Citizens Property Insurance Corp., Florida’s insurer of last resort, face rate increases of up to 11 percent starting Sept. 1, according to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. more
A heat dome occurs when a persistent region of high pressure traps heat over an area. The heat dome can stretch over several states and linger for days to weeks, leaving the people, crops and animals … more
St. Johns River Water Management District staff are committed to ensuring the sustainable use and protection of water resources for the benefit of the people of the District and the State of Florida. more
As prices continue to increase, people will have to pay more for everything, including storm supplies. UF/IFAS Extension experts suggest taking advantage of the state’s tax holiday for hurricane supplies. more
A new AAA survey reveals that a growing number of Floridians are more concerned about this year’s hurricane season, yet there’s still a large number of residents who do not have an … more
NOAA forecasts an above-normal Atlantic season, with 14 to 21 name storms – compared with 14 on average – and three to six major hurricanes, rated Category 3 or higher. more
When the Loop Current reaches this far north this early in the hurricane season – especially during what’s forecast to be a busy season – it can spell disaster for residents in Florida. more
The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially begins June 1, but since 2015, there has consistently been a named storm before the start of every season. more
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