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Dixie county surveys Debby situation

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Coastal Dixie County remains in the tropical storm warning area of Tropical Storm Debby.  This morning WUFT-FM’s Forrest Smith talked with Dixie County Manager Mike Cassidy about conditions in the county and how some of the coastal communities have been faring.

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Cassidy says it’s important to remember it could be Wednesday or Thursday before Tropical Storm Debby is no longer a threat.  You can keep up with the latest on Debby by checking the forecast of University of Florida meteorologist Jeff Huffman at www.gatorweather.com

 

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