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Name Tropical Rainfall Threat - Recognition, Impacts and Messaging
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PreRequisite None
Target Audience Emergency Managers and Media This is part of a five day course from the National Weather Service and FDEM that is being held virtually May 17-21
Attendance is not required each day to participate in the various sessions
Additional Information Class will be held 2pm-3pm Must register online: https://www.weather.gov/tae/2021_Florida_Tropical_Training Flooding rainfall is a significant threat with tropical events that can take a backseat behind the wind and surge threats. Whether it be urban flash flooding, swelling creeks and rivers, or widespread inundation from extreme rainfall, the threats can be varied and strike communities of all types. This session will dive into lessons from past events across Florida and show the tools available to prepare for future flooding rainfall threats.
Location Virtual
Address Online via NWS

Leon
Region 2

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Date Thursday, May 20, 2021 - Thursday, May 20, 2021
Point of Contact Pablo Santos
813 645 2323  
pablo.santos@noaa.gov
More Info URL https://www.weather.gov/tae/2021_Florida_Tropical_Training
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NameCountyOrganization
Elizabeth CaisonOkaloosaDivision of Emergency Management
Frankie LummBayBay County Emergency Management
Darrel DonattoPalm Beach  
Jeff BryanLeon Other-Leon
Todd SharpeLeon Department of Corrections
Tammy Harris, MSCitrus Citrus County Community Services Department
Tina BarkerWalton Walton County Sheriff's Office
Andrew HusarBayBay County Sheriff's Office
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NameCountyOrganization
Stephen MontoyaPalm Beach Other-Palm Beach
Sean KahalleyEscambia Escambia BOCC