JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Elsa could be the first major storm this season for the Jacksonville area. With so much rain in the last month (nearly 10 inches), flooding could be an issue if Elsa impacts the area because the ground is so saturated.What is Ju doing to prepare for Tropical Storm Elsa?
Jacksonville University’s Emergency Preparedness Team will continue to closely monitor Tropical Storm Elsa and will communicate important updates to our campus via email, text alerts and through the JU Mobile Safety app. JU expects to resume normal operations on Thursday, July 8. Clay County Sheriff’s Office substations will be closed Wednesday.Where is Hurricane Elsa going to hit?
On the forecast track, the storm will move near the southwestern peninsula of Haiti over the next few hours, and then move near Jamaica and portions of eastern Cuba on Sunday. By Monday, Elsa is expected to move across central and western Cuba and head toward the Florida Straits.Will tropical storm Elsa affect summer programs in Nassau County?
Nassau County Schools summer programs are canceled for July 7, 2021 in anticipation of the impact of Tropical Storm Elsa. This includes Minds on a Mission, ESY, VPK, STARRS Summer Camp, and all other extracurricular activities.