Weather Update #4



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Office Closures


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Closed Roads & Bridges

The following major roads are open with hazards:

                    U.S. Hwy.  90 from Chumuckla Hwy to East Milton

         Road block at Avalon Blvd.

         U.S. 90 from Woodbine to Glover Lane is closed

Road and bridge closures:

         Indian Ford Road

         Sherwood Dive at Codell Street

         Bryant Bridge Road

         Red Rock Road

         S.R. 281 (Avalon Boulevard) just south of U.S. Hwy.  90

         U.S. Hwy. 98 intermittently. Closed intersections include:

                    Ortega Street in Navarre

                    Panhandle Trail in Navarre

                    SR-87 in Navarre

         The west end of East Bay Boulevard near Cedar Street in Navarre. The detour for those east of Cedar is Bergren Road.

         Deaton Bridge on Deaton Bridge Road

         Thousand Oaks in Pace

         Fronterra Street

         Broad Street, between Berry Hill Road and Madison Street in Milton.  The detour is Conecuh Street.

         Venetian Way in the Gulf Breeze area is close at 2640 between Gondolier Blvd and Coronado Dr.

         Da Lisa Road is closed from Woodville Road to Audiss Road

         Richardson Street in Milton

         Holley Club Road in Navarre

         Sherwood Dive at Codell Street in Holley By The Sea is closed due to damage.  The detour will be around the block.

Significant road flooding is being reported in the areas of:

         Woodbine Road and U.S. Hwy. 90

         Avalon Blvd. north of Commerce Road and U.S. Hwy. 90

         County-wide road flooding on smaller streets continues, and in some areas will take some time to recede. Standing water creates a serious road hazard including road damage that may not be visible. Additionally, the wake from passing cars can cause the homes on the street greater flooding. Please use care/find alternative routes to flooded road ways. 

         Multiple stranded vehicles have been reported on these road ways with no injuries.  Please avoid these areas and/or stay off the roads if possible. According to the National Weather Service, more deaths occur due to flooding each year than from any other thunderstorm or hurricane related hazard. Many of these casualties are a result of careless or unsuspecting motorists who attempt to navigate flooded roads. When coming to a flooded roadway to Turn around dont drown!

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