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NWS 17h
Tropical Storm Cindy will continue to impact areas along the Gulf Coast & inland as it tracks north this week. 🌊💨💦🌪️
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Readygov 23h
It's the . by checking the forecast daily, locating indoor spots to chill at, & drinking lots of H2O
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FEMA 19h
If there’s a warning near you, take shelter immediately. Continue to monitor the weather & listen to local officials.
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NWS Eastern Region 21h
Tropical Storm continues to move northwest toward the Gulf Coast, bringing very heavy rainfall and potential flash flooding.
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FEMA 23h
If you're impacted by the heavy rainfall from : avoid flooded roads, follow the forecast, & listen to directions from local officials.
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Florida SERT 23h
Floridians should continue to monitor the weather & follow all instructions from local officials. NEVER drive through flooded roadways.
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NWS New Orleans Jun 21
The main threat for today will be the threat of heavy rainfall, especially on the Mississippi Coast. 3-6" w/isolated higher amounts
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FEMA Jun 20
Replying to @Huntress62
Hi there. Our team can look at your situation & discuss it with you. Give us a call 877-336-2627.
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FEMA Jun 20
Replying to @GallagherPreach
You can also reach out to your local emergency management office for info on flood mitigation grants. Hope this helps.
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FEMA Jun 20
Replying to @GallagherPreach
You can call your insurance agent for more information.
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FEMA Jun 20
Replying to @GallagherPreach
Hi. You may be covered up to $1k for loss avoidance measures like sandbags or moving property if flooding is imminent.
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Readygov Jun 20
indoors, check on neighbors, & always call 911 if you see a pet or child in a hot car.
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NWS Las Vegas Jun 20
Intense temps thru FRI. Remember, Excessive heat causes more deaths than all other weather events, including floods.
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NHC Atlantic Ops Jun 20
Tropical Storm has formed in the Gulf of Mexico. Rainfall is the primary hazard with maximum totals to 12"
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NWS Jun 20
Doesn't take a major tropical system to cause major impacts. Widespread heavy rain and flooding possible this week.
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NOLA Ready Jun 20
Heavy rain & moderate winds to impact starting tonight through Fri. morning. Prepare for potential flooding: .
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FEMA Jun 20
If you live along the Gulf Coast: ▪️ Keep a close eye on the forecast ▪️ Know where to go in case of
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Readygov Jun 19
If you live along the gulf coast tune into local weather over the next 48 hrs & prepare for possible severe weather
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FEMA Jun 19
We approved a fire management grant yesterday for the in Utah to support efforts to stop the blaze.
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NWS Mobile Jun 19
Morning Update: maintains 90% chance of tropical or subtropical cyclone development in next 5 days (80% in next 48 hrs).
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