Sea Colony Update: Preparations for Tropical Storm/Hurricane Isaias
Sea Colony is preparing for possible weather impacts of Isaias. Maintenance staff have been working to secure furniture, remove canopies, and roll up windscreens. Tonight they will be relocating the beach equipment boxes to safer locations.
Projected Weather: In Delaware, rain is expected Monday night and throughout the day on Tuesday, based on the National Weather Service, with strong-to-tropical winds morning to mid-day Tuesday. The weather service is predicting Delaware to receive between two and six inches of rain and experience winds of up to 60 mph. Increased swells and rip currents are expected on the coasts until at least Wednesday. (delawareonline.com)
Be Ready Before The Storm
Be Prepared: In case of a temporary power outage, have flashlights and a case of bottled water on hand. Fill your tank with gas to charge phones or other devices in the event of an outage.
Be Safe: Winds that reach and exceed speeds of 39 mph are considered dangerous. For your safety, please refrain from being outside in these conditions unless absolutely necessary. Secure or store all balcony items.
Be Aware: If you are parked in spaces near the tennis/pond areas closest to Annapolis, Brandywine, Chesapeake and Dover Houses, please monitor for possible flooding. Cars may be relocated to the Overflow Lot on the west side of Coastal Highway.
Stay Informed: Be sure to follow us on Facebook @SeaColonyDE for any Sea Colony updates. As the storm approaches, closely monitor media reports and follow instructions from local safety officials. DE Emergency Alert System (EAS) can be found on WZBH- FM 93.5 & WOSC- FM 95.9.