Tampa Bay Times delivery could be impacted by Elsa

Strong winds and storm surge expected early Wednesday morning could result in delivery delays.
Delivery of Wednesday's printed Tampa Bay Times may be impacted by Tropical Storm Elsa.
Delivery of Wednesday's printed Tampa Bay Times may be impacted by Tropical Storm Elsa. [ CHRIS URSO | TIMES ]
Published July 6, 2021|Updated July 6, 2021

Due to the expected impacts of Tropical Storm Elsa, Tampa Bay Times newspaper subscribers may experience significant delays receiving Wednesday’s printed edition.

The storm is expected to peak in the pivotal early morning hours when our Times operations staff and delivery contractors typically are in the field working to get you the newspaper.

To keep them as safe as possible during these anticipated severe storm conditions, newspaper delivery may occur in some areas later in the day Wednesday or as late as Thursday morning depending on the intensity of the winds and storm surge.

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience, and we appreciate your patience and understanding.

You can stay updated with local coverage of Tropical Storm Elsa on our hurricane weather page.

Subscribers also can access our daily digital replica newspaper edition.

As a convenience, you can manage your subscription by clicking here.

For the time being, we’ve also removed the pay meter on our storm coverage so anyone can access the latest updates on

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