Travelers in Delaware can now take advantage of an unprecedented travel advisory for the state.
The advisory was issued after the Delaware Department of Transportation (DDOT) received a report from the National Weather Service that the state’s air quality is potentially hazardous for residents, businesses, and visitors.
This advisory is an effort to help residents and visitors prepare for the potential impacts of the storm that is expected to impact the state over the next week.
Delaware is one of the first states to take measures to protect its residents from climate change and air pollution.
The governor and legislative leaders in Delaware are expected to make the announcement on Monday.
This is the second time the governor has called for an emergency declaration in Delaware.
Earlier this year, Gov.
Jack Markell declared a state of emergency in order to prevent the spread of pandemic influenza.
In 2018, the state also declared a “state of emergency” for the region surrounding the city of Wilmington and the Delaware Bay region.
The announcement comes after the state received a large number of reports of heavy snowfall, heavy rainfall, and wind gusts that were potentially damaging to power lines, power plants, and other infrastructure in the region.
A storm surge warning is in effect for parts of the Delaware Valley and parts of southern Delaware.
In addition, the governor is encouraging the Delaware National Guard to deploy to the state to assist with the evacuation of residents and businesses.
The state’s transportation system is also in danger of major damage due to the storm.
The storm is expected in Delaware over the weekend and could be dangerous to those who travel in or near the state, especially in areas of the state where the storm is forecast to move into the region in the next few days.
A significant weather advisory will also be issued for parts in Delaware and the state of Maryland in the coming days.
This storm is the first major storm to impact Delaware since it was declared a major emergency in July 2018.
The weather is expected at times to be very dry and windy, with light to moderate rain and a chance of scattered thunderstorms and gusts of up to 50 mph.
The National Weather Services (NWS) has released a map showing the path of the system, which will pass through Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia.
This graphic provides a general overview of the weather and provides an indication of where the system is expected.
The system is forecast for sustained winds of up from 40 mph to 75 mph.
It is expected that the storm will pass over the state Monday through Wednesday.
Residents and visitors should be aware of the risk of flooding and downed power lines due to storm surge.
Residents in the area should make sure that they have adequate shelter and be prepared to leave their homes.
Residents can report any problems to the Delaware Public Service Commission by calling 757-534-2121.
In Delaware, the number one emergency is an extended curfew that is set to expire at 6 p.m.
Residents should take the following precautions when visiting Delaware: Do not use public transportation on public transportation.