Special tropical update for Florida and the Southeast: a.m. Friday 2 July 2021 — Tropical Storm Elsa

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All RV’ers and RV interests in the Florida Keys and on the Florida Peninsula should pay close attention to the National Hurricane Center forecasts of Tropical Storm Elsa this holiday weekend

Tropical Storm Elsa is near Barbados this morning, moving to the west-northwest at 28 mph. Its maximum sustained wind speeds are 60 mph.

This storm is moving quickly into the Caribbean and may threaten the FL Keys and southwest FL as early as Monday. However, there is significant uncertainty in both Elsa’s track and strength by the time it potentially impacts the U.S.

For now, you should just remain aware of this storm, but understand your local emergency management officials might be asking you to take actions later this holiday weekend. Today and tomorrow would be a good time to ensure you have your rig or tow vehicle fueled and think of where you might go if you were asked to evacuate.

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