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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
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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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Santa Barbara County Jan 9
To report your location and search for a missing person, go to and click on "get help." List self as safe and well or search for a family member. For assistance call the information line at (805) 681-5542 or text (805) 699-0165.
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NWS Western Region Jan 9
Multiple road closures due to debris flows and mudslides around the greater L.A. area. Be sure to follow your local officials and first responders for updates. Rain will end by late this afternoon.
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Disaster Distress Jan 8
Have you been impacted by a ? provides 24/7 emotional support. at 1-800-985-5990.
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FEMA Region 2 Jan 8
: The updates people about recovery efforts in St. John, . continues to support its federal and local partners in the post- recovery process. Photo: .
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Readygov Jan 8
Always listen to local officials before, during, and after weather.
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NWS Jan 4
Arctic air, together with brisk winds, can lead to dangerously cold wind chill values.
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U.S. Fire (USFA) Jan 4
If the causes a power outage in your home and you plan to use a portable generator, be sure you use it outdoors in a well-ventilated area away from all doors, windows and vents.
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FEMA Jan 4
. . It's gone by a lot of names and made a lot of headlines. Here are some things you should know about the winter storm everyone's talking about:
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FEMA Region 1 Jan 4
High tide mixed with winter storm winds brings flooding in Boston. Technical Support & Rescue Unit provide assistance to to help those in flooded vehicles.
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FEMA Jan 4
Never drive through flooded areas. Be aware of your surroundings, listen to directions from local officials, and stay safe during this .
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