- Fully operational - November 18, 2020
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Throughout the tropical storm season, which officially runs from June 1 to November 30, Eckerd College maintains this tropical weather site as a service to the members of our community. We invite students, faculty, staff, trustees, and their families to use this site as a resource for planning and information. Information about storm preparations, College closure and re-opening, cancellations and rescheduling, evacuations, and other storm-related matters are posted on this site.
- National Weather Service, St. Petersburg Whitted Airport
- National Weather Service, Tampa Bay Area
- National Hurricane Center
- Pinellas County Evacuation Levels
- Pinellas County Hurricane Preparedness Guide
- Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale
- Storm Surge
- Weather Underground, Hurricane and Tropical Cyclones
The Hurricane Emergency Management Group encourages all members of the Eckerd College community to take this time to review personal plans at home. Being prepared at home contributes to the resilience of our college and our community. Below are several resources that can help you in planning for severe tropical weather.
Student Hurricane Guide
The Hurricane Guide for Students contains useful guidance for all members of the Eckerd College community.
Faculty Hurricane Guide
The Hurricane Plan establishes organizational structure and procedures for preparation and response to tropical storms and hurricanes that may affect the College. It delineates and clarifies the roles of each part of the Eckerd College community as we work together to help protect the College. The purpose is to improve our preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery capabilities so that we can quickly resume our operations and keep the College operating even in the event of damage to the physical plant.
Hazard Mitigation Plan
Eckerd College initiated development of this Hazard Mitigation Plan because of long-standing awareness of the risks associated with natural hazards.