MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Florida’s State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has activated to Level Two in response to Tropical Storm Isaac.

“At level two, we bring in 18 emergency support staff to the EOC. These reps come here to monitor the developing situation and begin conversations and planning,” Florida EOC spokeswoman Julie Roberts told CBS4.

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Via a news release, Florida Division of Emergency Management Director Bryan W. Koon cautioned residents: “While the path of Tropical Storm Isaac is still uncertain, it is definite that Florida will see some impact from this storm.”

“I urge all Floridians to monitor this storm closely, and use this opportunity to finalize family and business disaster plans and emergency supply kits,” said Koon.

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>> Visit the CBS4 Tropics Page for an interactive Tropical Tracker, the newest computer model tracks and more.

>> Here’s how to use the CBS4 site to prepare for and monitor Isaac:

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