The Palm Coast-Flagler Regional Chamber participated in the morning briefing with the Flagler Emergency Management Department this morning (11-10-22). Below are the important updates Flagler County residents and business leaders should know:
Coastal High Tide at 9 a.m.: The worst of the worst, in terms of beach erosion, is expected during the next high tide cycle, which begins around 9 a.m. this morning. Residents are urged to stay away from coastal portions of Flagler County. The two high tides following this morning’s cycle are also expected to have an impact on dunes, some of which have already been breached.
Intracoastal High Tide: Between approximately 11:30 a.m. – 12 Noon today, the Intracoastal Waterway is expected to experience high tide.
Weather Conditions: Will begin to improve as the day continues and the storm moves away from our region. Expect a noticeable improvement in weather conditions beginning this afternoon.
A1A: Portions of A1A have been damaged. As a results, residents and visitors are encouraged to stay away from Coastal Flagler County/A1A.
Shelters: Remain open, but with weather conditions improving, it’s likely shelters will close later today, Thursday, November 10th. Continue to monitor announcements from the Flagler Department of Emergency Management.
Power Outages: Only 210 properties have lost power according to FPL. View the FPL outage map, here.
Flooding: Western Flagler County is experiencing flooding, specifically near the Dead Lake area. Flooding impacts are not expected to be as severe as it was during Hurricane Ian.
Flagler Pier: What’s left of the Flagler Pier has not experienced any additional significant damage, yet. See high tides, above.