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~Marietta️ Sep 4
I Love The Cajun Navy! They Are Volunteer Groups & Private Boat Owners Who Assist in Search & Rescue Efforts in Louisiana and Adjacent Areas. They Are Now Mobilizing Just Ahead of Gordon. Great Men & Women. 🙏
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Miami Beach Police Sep 3
WEATHER ALERT: Stay indoors, do not drive unless absolutely necessary. NOT a Beach day, rough seas which can lead to rip currents. FYI: Season 2 of is now on Netflix...stay in and chill. 🤗
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ARRL - ARES Sep 4
Please stay clear of the following frequencies. These are for use. Mississippi ARES is operating on 3862 KHz, WX4NHC is operating on 14325 KHz, and Hurricane Watch Net is operating on 14325 KHz during the day and operating on 7268 KHz at night.
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victor murphy Sep 3
While many will focus on this week, much of TX and OK will see widespread 2"-4", with local amounts up to 8". Drought relief, yes, but in true TX fashion, likely too much rain in some areas, with some flash floods. Stay weather aware. Turn around. Don't drown.
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Governor Kay Ivey Sep 4
I’ve issued a State of Emergency for directing essential state agencies to be on the ready should they be needed over the next couple of days. All coastal Alabama residents need to prepare now ahead of tonight’s potential landfall. Read-->
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Mermaid Sep 5
Happy sunset greetings... God bless everyone that was and still is in the path of 🙏🏻 Hope everyone made it through ok💙
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Eric Bullard Sep 4
Awesome double rainbow in Hattiesburg ahead of
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Mobile County Sep 4
In preparation for , authorized a State of Emergency resolution at 11am today. The resolution authorizes the Commission to waive procedure and formalities required by law pertaining to the performance of public work as deemed necessary.
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Algiers Charter Sep 4
TROPICAL STORM GORDON UPDATE
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Britta Merwin Sep 3
Officially tracking - landfall will be east of SE TX. Although things can change it is looking likely that the heaviest rain from what will be the remnants of Gordon could stay away from us. We will continue to watch closely
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Ashton Pittman Sep 4
Dorothy and Dru, being good girls on the way to Columbia to ride out at the grandhumans’ place.
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BeReadyEscambia Sep 5
🌨💦⚠️ We'll continue to see more rain today as remnants of pass over our region. Remember these flash flood safety tips and stay safe out there! 🚧🚘⚠️
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Ray L. Belton, Ph.D. Sep 3
Please be cognizant and safe. We will continue to update as info becomes available.
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Latitude by NOLA.com Sep 4
Is one side of a hurricane worse than another? Here's the Louisianswer:
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USM Physical Plant Sep 4
One last severe weather planning session before arrives.
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MetServiceJA Sep 3
Tropical Storm warnings issued for portions of south Florida and the Florida Keys. @ 7:30 am Location: 25.1N, 80.7W (about 30km west of Key Largo, Florida.) Max. sustained winds: 75 km/h Movement: WNW at 28 km/h
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Governor Kay Ivey Sep 4
The effects of are starting to be felt in parts of southeast Alabama. I encourage everyone across south AL to be weather aware & heed warnings from local authorities. If you are close to the coast, now is the time to seek shelter. Stay updated at
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Giovanni Staunovo🛢 Sep 3
ANADARKO SHUTS IN PRODUCTION FROM PLATFORMS DUE TO WEATHER BBG
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Loyola New Orleans Sep 4
UPDATE: Out of an abundance of caution, Loyola University New Orleans will cancel afternoon classes and suspend normal operations at 12:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018. Click here for more information:
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Matthew Hinton Sep 4
Heavy clouds with sheets of rain moving into New Orleans ahead of landfall of Tropical Storm Gordon
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