Increased Risk of Severe Weather Across the Region Today

The National Weather Service-Jacksonville is reporting an increased chance of severe weather Monday, Feb. 15, between 7-11 p.m.

The National Weather Service-Jacksonville is reporting that there is an increased risk of severe storms across the Santa Fe College service district this evening. Although the weather may start to change around 3 p.m., the storm squall line should pass through the area between 7-11 p.m. bringing the potential for damaging winds and hail across the local area. There is also an increased risk for isolated tornadoes. The rain and winds should dissipate overnight and Tuesday’s forecast is calling for sunshine and cooler temperatures.

Students, faculty and staff should be aware of the threat. Should any weather event have a negative impact on any SF property, the college will send notifications based on contact information you have provided. Students can enter their emergency contact information through eSantaFe, while faculty and staff can visit eStaff. All updates concerning severe weather will be available on the SF Alerts webpage. Additional information is also available from the National Weather Service-Jacksonville webpage.