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FEMA Region 9 18h
CA: A third Disaster Recovery Center in Butte County opens today, Jan. 23, in Paradise at the Creative Learning Center, 1080 Ewald Ct., Paradise, CA 95969. Hours are 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday-Saturday. Closed on Sundays.
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NWS Jan 18
A significant Winter Storm will impact areas from the Great Lakes to the Northeast and portions of the Mid-Atlantic. Some areas could see ice accumulations of a quarter of an inch or more, and other areas may receive snow up to a foot and a half or more.
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NWS Jan 17
Significant winter impacts can be expected this weekend from the Midwest to the Northeast. Follow your local NWS Forecast Office on for watches and warnings.
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NWS Tampa Bay Jan 17
NEVER drive or walk into floodwaters. It is impossible to know how deep the water is just by looking at it. Turn Around Don’t Drown!
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FEMA Jan 17
If you’re near a wildfire burn area, pay close attention to alerts and warnings from your local officials. Follow for more.
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NWS WPC Jan 15
As a series of Pacific systems continue to impact the West, periods of heavy precipitation and strong winds are likely through midweek. Flash flooding will remain a concern, especially around CA burn scar areas.
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NWS Jan 15
A front approaching central California will bring mountain snow and periods of very heavy rain, which may cause flash flooding and mud/debris flows in and around recent burn areas. Isolated thunderstorms are possible along coastal southern California today.
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FEMA Region 9 Jan 12
Over the two months since wildfires in two disparate regions of the CA grew into deadly disasters of historic proportions, FEMA and have approved more than $347 million in grants and low-interest disaster loans to assist survivors in their recovery
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FEMA Jan 11
Hello, thanks for reaching out. The situation you were referring to has been resolved amicably with all parties involved. We continue to work with the whole community to coordinate the response to the California wildfires.
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FEMA Region 6 Jan 11
With winter weather returning to many parts of Texas, survivors should keep these tips in mind when trying to stay warm. Ensure your portable heater: 🔥is working properly 🔥has an auto shut-off in case it tips over 🔥is well ventilated
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FEMA Region 9 Jan 8
CA: Join us in Butte, Los Angeles or Ventura counties starting Wed (1/9) to meet with our mitigation specialists who teamed up with local home improvement stores to offer advice in repairing and rebuilding stronger. For dates, locations and times, visit
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FEMA Region 4 Jan 8
GA: Visit our specialists in Albany, Americus, or Thomasville to learn ways to build back stronger & help protect your home from future damage. Locations and hours:
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FEMA Region 9 Jan 7
CA: Wildfires dramatically alter the terrain, which increases the risk of flooding during heavy rain. Change in vegetation and soil may lead to mud or debris flows below burn areas. Reduce your risk. Take alternate routes and listen to local officials if visiting a DRC this week
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NWS Jan 2
The weather snapshot for Thursday highlights the southern tier storm with excessive rain possible from LA to AL and a combination of snow and freezing rain from north TX into OK. Meanwhile, a stream of Pacific moisture will be directed to WA for some heavy rain and mountain snow.
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FEMA Region 6 Jan 2
Stay tuned to Texas road conditions at .
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NWS Jan 2
3-day rainfall amounts with the latest Southern storm system, showing several inches of rainfall across a broad area of the South. Localized flash flooding, and some additional river flooding possible. Turn around, don't drown!
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FEMA Dec 27
If you’re in an area expecting severe weather in the next couple days, keep a close eye on weather reports and NEVER drive through a flooded road. 📲 To set weather alerts for up to 5 locations on your phone, download our app:
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NWS WPC Dec 27
A significant winter storm will affect portions of the Southwest and Southern Rockies beginning tonight. Snowfall totals of 1 to 2 feet are possible across the highest terrain of New Mexico.
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NWS WPC Dec 26
Periods of heavy rain will move across portions of the southern plains into the southeast through the next couple of days. As a result, there is a Slight Risk of excessive rainfall that could lead to flash flooding concerns within the hardest hit areas.
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FEMA Region 9 Dec 21
, , and our local partners continue to help California survivors recover and locate housing. And, we’re just getting started! ℹ️
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