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Lizzie Litzow Apr 19
" continues to re-engage reinsurance markets to help strengthen the financial framework of the NFIP and promote private sector participation in flood risk management." - Read more:
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FEMA Region 7 Apr 19
In efforts to re-open I-29 in SW , contractors tasked by have been removing “orphan containers” from along the corridor. So far, 217 tanks, drums & containers have been removed to help expedite the re-opening of the damaged interstate.
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FEMA Grants Apr 18
Do you have general questions about FEMA programs? Contact our FEMA Centralized Scheduling and Information Desk at (800)368-6498 or send an email to AskCSID@fema.dhs.govwww.fema.gov/grant-programs-directorate
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Daniel Kaniewski Apr 19
We continue to engage markets to help strengthen the financial framework of the National Flood Insurance Program and promote private sector participation in flood risk management.
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FEMA Region 3 Apr 19
🚨🌪️IF YOU ARE UNDER A TORNADO OR SEVERE STORM WARNING, FIND SAFE SHELTER RIGHT AWAY. 🚨🌪️ Don't take these storms lightly. Have a plan today, it might save your life. Stay tuned to for more info.
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Readygov Apr 19
Recently, shared some insights with on how thinks about building a culture of preparedness. 👉 Check out the interview here:
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FEMA Region 9 Apr 19
: If you feel stressed or overwhelmed by the contact the by calling 800-985-5990 or texting ‘TalkWithUs’ to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor any time, day or night. ℹ️
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Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MDMEMA) Apr 19
Replying to @NWS @NWS_BaltWash and 3 others
Are you prepared for this evening's potentially severe thunderstorms? MEMA is here to help! - Be sure to follow your local page for up-to-date information about the potential severe weather event: - - - -
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SCEMD Apr 19
Be on the lookout for severe weather today. It’s important to stay aware. ⛈⚡️🌪💨 ✅ Sign up for CodeRed alerts at . ✅ Stay tuned to local weather. ✅ Follow , , and .
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Georgia EM&HS Apr 12
Watches and warnings are issued by the Storm Prediction Center for counties where severe weather may occur so it’s important to know which county you live in. Visit to find your EMA contact information and add it to your Ready kit for future reference.
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FEMA Apr 19
As areas on the East Coast face severe weather threats today, make sure you have multiple ways to stay informed! ☑️ Find your local NWS office: ☑️ Follow and your local/county officials.
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VDEM Apr 19
Let’s keep Virginia’s first responders safe, as well as you and your family: plan your travel ahead of time and do not travel during the height of severe weather impacts. Follow your office for forecast details and utilize for real-time road conditions.
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National Weather Service Apr 19
Severe thunderstorms with considerable potential for producing DAMAGING WIND gusts and a few tornadoes are LIKELY across much of the southern through mid Atlantic Coast region, particularly across the Carolinas into southern/central Virginia, THIS AFTERNOON and EVENING.
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FEMA Region 3 Apr 19
Where will you seek shelter if dangerous thunderstorms threaten your area? 🌪️🌩️➡️🏠
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National Weather Service Apr 18
Severe thunderstorms will impact the Deep South and into the Southeast U.S. tonight into early Friday before transitioning to the east coast. Damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes will be likely. Heavy rain will also cause flash flooding.
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FEMA Region 4 Apr 18
If you're under a tornado warning, seek shelter right away.
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FEMA Region 3 Apr 18
We're watching severe storm cells arriving FRIDAY (4/19) to areas of S/SE VA, WV, PA, with a possibility of damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes. Creek and river in DC, MD, SE PA is possible. Take steps NOW to prepare! - loved ones🐱👨‍👨‍👦🐶 - neighbors🧓 - home🏘️ - work🏬
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Readygov Apr 18
Stay safe in stormy weather by knowing what your alerts mean. 🌪 ✅ Take shelter as soon as a tornado warning is issued for your area. ✅ Shelter in a safe room, basement of interior room of sturdy building.
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FEMA Apr 18
After disaster strikes, restoring power is not only a major step towards recovery but also a sign of hope for the community. This , we thank and honor lineworkers for the hard work they do every day.
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National Weather Service Apr 18
Receiving warnings for dangerous weather events can save your life. Luckily, there are many different ways to get life-saving warnings. Luckily, there are many different ways to get warnings. Stay by knowing your options:
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