(Updated 09/06/23, 12 p.m.)
There are currently no active, named storms affecting the Jupiter, Florida area, however we are monitoring systems in the Atlantic for their potential to affect our area. Please watch this page during tropical storm/hurricane watches and warnings for the latest directions about campus storm preparations. For ongoing weather updates from the University of Florida, visit the UF Severe Weather Updates page.
The UF Scripps Emergency Management Committee (SEMCOM) coordinates all phases of our local response, and will continue to monitor weather reports affecting this campus as needed. For more information, or to see a copy of the institute Tropical Weather Plan, contact EHS.
Additional UF Storm-Related Information
UF Alert notifies the university community if there is a significant emergency via the UF Alert system. Notifications are sent by text, email and phone call. It’s important that all faculty, staff and students keep their contact information current. Log in at http://my.ufl.edu and go to My Account>Update Emergency Contact.
Is your home in an evacuation or flood zone? What’s the latest guidance from Palm Beach County? Find links here.
University of Florida storm news from Gainesville.
What to do when a campus closure is likely due to extreme weather.
Back up that data.
Need tips for pruning your trees before or after the storm? Have you prepared for your pets’ needs? Did your home experience water damage? Recovery tips are here.