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NWS Portland 12h
There are several types of messages: Watches, Warnings, Advisories, and Information Statements. Do you know what each means and what you should do if one is issued for your location? Find more info about being prepared at ()
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FEMA 12h
Today's alerts are a good reminder to brush up on actions to take: -Review local evacuation routes. -Make a plan with your family. -If there's a warning: get to higher ground & away from water. Help neighbors who may require special assistance.
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NWS 15h
Both official & natural warnings are important. Learn how to respond:
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NWS Eureka 18h
Tsunami Watch CANCELLED for Washington, Oregon, and California.
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NWS Bay Area 20h
A Tsunami Watch is in effect for California, the Coast from the Cal/Mexico Boarder to the Oregon/Cal Border including the San Francisco Bay. Updates will be provided as soon as we have them
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FEMA Region 10 18h
If a watch is issued for your area, be alert and ready to take action. Listen to directions from local officials and familiarize yourself with evacuation routes. Check for details.
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Eileen Lainez 18h
Please monitor forecasts, check on neighbors and follow instructions of local officials. More safety tips here:
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FEMA 18h
Important advice if you receive a watch for your area. Listen to directions from local officials and monitor TV/radio for updates.
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NWS Bay Area 19h
We are still waiting for updates. In the meantime, if you are looking to know whether or not you live in a tsunami zone you can find out here:
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Brock Long 19h
Monitor local news and listen to your local officials. Heed any instructions!
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NWS Jan 17
With icy and snowy roads across much of the southern and eastern U.S. it's a good idea to avoid travel if you can. But if you must venture out, here are a few ROAD TRIP SAFETY TIPS to help keep you safe!
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FEMA Jan 16
California: If you live in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, or Ventura counties and were affected by the recent wildfires/mudslides, you can apply for disaster assistance. Call 800-621-3362 or visit .
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FEMA Jan 15
Honor Dr. King's legacy today by giving back to your community. Sign up for a volunteer opportunity near you:
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National Guard Jan 11
Today, Soldiers and Airmen are on duty assisting state and local authorities respond to recent mudslides:
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FEMA Jan 11
Replying to @panda317
Hi, we will have someone look into your case. In the meantime, we suggest you remove your personal information to protect your privacy.
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FEMA Jan 10
We’ve amended the Jan. 2 major disaster declaration for the California wildfires to include damage caused by the flooding, mudslides and debris flows directly related to the wildfires.
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FEMA Jan 10
"Anytime, anywhere." Through dedication & ingenuity, our partners at Homeland Security Investigations were able to reach remote areas of following . Here's a look at their story:
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U.S. Coast Guard Jan 10
crews have rescued more than 20 injured or stranded people from the Santa Barbara . Check out video of a Jayhawk crew working with Santa Barbara County Fire Department to rescue a family of 5, including a newborn, 7 yr old, 3 yr old & their two dogs
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NWS Jan 10
Over 11 million people are under a watch, warning or advisory for expected snow and ice this week. Get the latest detailed forecast for your location at . ❄️❄️❄️
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FEMA Jan 9
: With the heavy rainfall bringing mudslides, stay alert & pay attention to your surroundings. Listen for unusual sounds that might indicate moving debris, such as trees cracking or boulders knocking together. Listen to directions from local officials. [📸: ]
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