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Clay County Prepares For Potential Of 'Slightly Elevated Water Levels' In Some Areas

Wilfredo Lee
Associated Press
An American flag flies from the shipwreck of the Breconshire, as waves churned up by Tropical Storm Isaias crash around it, Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020, in Vero Beach.

Clay County Emergency Management said Sunday it is preparing for residents to potentially experience tropical storm gusts and slightly elevated water levels, specifically along the St. Johns River and Doctors Lake areas early Monday morning. Currently, Clay County is under a Tropical Storm Warning.

Residents can call the Emergency Management Call Center at 877-252-9362.

“We will continue to monitor the track of this system and adjust plans accordingly,” said John Ward, Emergency Management Director in an email to WJCT News. "We are closely watching conditions along the St. Johns River and Doctors Lake areas of the County. At this time we are not expecting significant impacts for the remainder of the county."

Related: Current Weather Conditions And Forecast

Clay County Emergency Management encourages residents to continue to monitor this storm and its path. For updates, go to