No formal decisions have been made about public safety with regard to Tropical Storm Hanna, though Bryan County EMA Director Jim Anderson said a decision on whether or not an evacuation will be necessary will be made Wednesday once officials have a better handle on what the storm is doing.
As of now, it appears it will be Friday-Saturday before the storm is near us, though clouds and winds could move in much earlier than that.
Here are some ways to get information about the storm online:
The link to Bryan County Emergency Services website is http://bryancoemergencyservices.org/index.html.
The site includes information about hurricane preparedness, storm surge maps and an evacuation map.
It also includes links to the Georgia Emergency Management Agency, the National Weather Service in Charleston, FEMA, NOAA and the Emergency Management Association of Georgia.
National Hurricane Center Web site. This is the best place to see information about track the storm and the first place alerts are posted.
American Red Cross Web site. This site has tips on storm preparation and how response teams may move into the area if the storm does cause damage.
For current weather conditions, area satellite images and more about the weather in and around Bryan County use the link below.