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The National Hurricane Center forecasts a high probability of tropical storm force winds — sustained winds of at least 39 mph — along the coast of of Brevard County.
Storms

Your Isaías Update: Storm Expected To Reach Carolinas At Near Hurricane Strength; Brevard County Closes Shelter; Worst Impacts Will Stay Offshore; Tropical Storm Warning Remains In Effect for Space Coast; Volusia County Closes All But One Shelter


Tropical storm force wind gusts are expected with conditions gradually deteriorating on the Space Coast later this afternoon into tonight as Isaias tracks north-northwestward right along the east coast of Florida.
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Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran’s executive order calls for schools to  open brick and mortar campuses five days a week in fall.
Health

Back To School Order Raises Concerns


This week Florida’s education commissioner Richard Corcoran released an executive order telling schools that they will have to open up brick and mortar campuses five days a week in fall. Intersection host Matthew Peddie spoke to Elizabeth Albert, president of the Volusia United Educators, about how teachers are responding to the executive order. 
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