The primary shelter will be
"We will also be at three monitoring points to make sure traffic flow remains open," Mahoney said.
Hunt said there will be established traffic control points used to direct the incoming traffic into
Hunt also reminded residents of the statewide burn ban, which was put in place due to the possibility of strong winds.
Law enforcement are working with a current safety plan, but that plan could change at any time, Hunt said.
In the case a collision occurs or someone needs help on the roadways, call
For information on where to find local shelters, call
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