No formal decisions have been made about public safety with Hurricane Hanna threatening to move into our area.
And it appears it will be Friday-Saturday before the storm is near us, though clouds and winds could move in much earlier than that. But Liberty County officials report they are receiving lots of calls from people wanting information about the storm.
Here are some ways to get information:
Liberty-Hinesville Emergency Management Agency alert hotline. As of Tuesday noon, it was still just a weather forecast without any Hanna information.
Liberty-Hinesville Emergency Management Agency Web site. The site includes links to other useful sites and tips on storm preparation.
National Hurricane Center Web site. This is the best place to see information about track the storm and the first place alerts are posted.
American Red Cross Web site. This site has tips on storm preparation and how response teams may move into the area if the storm does cause damage.
Federal Emergency Management Agency. This site also has tons of information about storm preparedness and response.
Coastalcourier.com/Accuweather.com forecasts. For current weather conditions, area satellite images and more about the weather in and around Liberty and Long counties use the link below.