As Storm Nears, Florida County Doesn't Want to See This Guy

Florida sheriff posts fake trespass warning for Weather Channel's Jim Cantore
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 9, 2018 12:51 PM CDT
This image posted on the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office's Facebook shows shows a trespassing warning for The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore. Cantore is usually on the scene of major storms.   (Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office via)

(Newser) – The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore is usually on the scene when there's a big storm—so, as Florida prepares for Hurricane Michael, one sheriff's office is letting the meteorologist know he's not welcome. The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office posted a "Trespass Warning" for Cantore on Facebook Monday as a joke, writing, "Everyone know whats in store when Jim Cantore shows up. So we issued a little notice." The fake warning says Cantore is welcome to make "non-business related visits only," preferably during the winter months, and it notes at the bottom: "We like Jim, just not under these conditions." Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall Wednesday between the Florida Panhandle and the Big Bend, Weather.com reports. It could be a Category 3 storm when it does, notes the Pensacola News Journal. (Read more Hurricane Michael stories.)

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