By: WCTV Eyewitness News
November 28, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- The City of Tallahassee says officials are closely monitoring the weather forecast ahead of this weekend's Winter Festival.
The annual festival, which is scheduled to take place downtown on Saturday, Dec. 1, may be impacted by inclement weather.
City officials released the following details on Wednesday:
"Severe weather could cause portions of the event to be delayed or cancelled. In the event weather conditions pose a safety risk, an announcement regarding the status of the event will be posted day-of on Talgov.com, Facebook.com/COTNews, Facebook.com/COTParks, Twitter.com/COTNews, Twitter.com/COTParks and the Parks & Rec hotline at 891-3800.
"For residents who are unable to attend in person but would like to enjoy the festivities, the Lighting Ceremony, start of the Jingle Bell Run and full Nighttime Holiday Parade will be broadcast live on WCOT (Comcast and CenturyLink channel 13) and streamed live on Talgov.com, Facebook.com/COTNews and Twitter.com/COTNews.
"The City of Tallahassee is proud to continue the tradition of welcoming the winter holiday season through the community celebration that is Winter Festival."
For more information on all of the planned events for the Winter Festival, click here.