BREVARD COUNTY, FL. – Brevard County Emergency Management is monitoring the track of Hurricane Elsa, and even though any potential impact of the tropical system remains uncertain at this time residents are advised to closely monitor forecasts and to focus on Hurricane Season preparedness while enjoying the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Residents are advised that Elsa’s projected track and intensity forecasts could and will likely change over the coming days, but residents should remain alert and closely monitor local weather forecasts for updates of the hurricane’s track and any developments regarding intensity and local impacts.
Hurricane Season began June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. Regardless of Hurricane Elsa’s developments, this is the time of year that residents should diligently work to prepare and help ensure the safety of themselves, their families, and pets, and to stay informed.
“Families, individuals and businesses who know their vulnerability and what actions to take can reduce the effects of a hurricane disaster by taking action to prepare,” said Emergency Management Director John Scott.