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Severe Weather Information

Severe Weather Information

As the official destination marketing agency for Palm Beach County, The Palm Beaches’ priority is the safety and comfort of our visitors and residents.

Please refer to the below list of hotels to see those in the evacuation zones. For additional information on the storm, refer to the official resources we have listed.

We encourage you to check with your accommodations to learn more about their storm procedures. If you’re planning to visit an attraction, museum, or restaurant, these may temporarily close or change hours due to weather conditions. 

Be Safe from the Heat

Palm Beach County encourages all residents and visitors to practice heat safety during these hot and humid days.  Heat Indices of 105 to 108 degrees and higher are possible over the interior areas, with 100 to 105 degrees and higher over the metro areas throughout this week. The Heat Index is the apparent temperature, or “what the temperature feels like to the human body when relative humidity is combined with the air temperature.”   This can lead to heat exhaustion and heat stroke illnesses.

To prevent heat related illnesses:

For more heat related preparedness information visit Extreme Heat ( and/or Heat Illness Prevention (

Download: Where to cool off in Palm Beach County Parks Guide

Emergency Resources

Palm Beach County

National Hurricane Center

Palm Beach County Emergency Management & Evacuation Information:

Florida Emergency Management Information:

Transportation Information:

Additional Travel Related Information:

Hurricane Terminology

If you are unfamiliar with hurricane terminology here is a glossary of some terms you might hear:

Watches and Warnings:

Storm Terms:

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