Levy County monitors Debby
Levy county is one of the coastal counties that could be heavily impacted by Tropical Storm Debby. This afteroon, WUFT-FM’s Forrest Smith talked with Levy’s Emergency Management Director Mark Johnson about the monitoring of the storm and what he and his staff are watching for.
WUFT-FM will have the latest on Tropical Storm Debby through news coverage and from University of Florida Meteorologist Jeff Huffman. You can stay up to date with the latest weather information from the WRUF6 weather center on www.wruf.com/weather
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