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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. šŸ¤—
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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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Natalie Shepherd Sep 3
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Giovanni StaunovošŸ›¢ Sep 3
ANADARKO SHUTS IN PRODUCTION FROM PLATFORMS DUE TO WEATHER BBG
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Christian CƔmara Sep 3
Given approaching and Gillum's incompetence handling 's chronic power outages, it's only a matter of time before the term "blackout" is also deemed racist by the rapid-response Leftist Twitter Mob.
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Governor Kay Ivey Sep 4
Iā€™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 tonightā€™s potential landfall. Read-->
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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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Joel Franco Sep 3
FLOOD ADVISORY in effect for shaded area until 5 PM (Via: )
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Mobile Fire-Rescue Sep 4
Mobile Fire-Rescue is urging all citizens of the City of Mobile and Mobile County to remain safe and indoors as Gordon passes through our region.
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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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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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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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Giovanni StaunovošŸ›¢ Sep 3
Chevron Says Gulf of Mexico Production at `Normal Levels' Chevron says continuing to ā€œclosely monitorā€ weather conditions and remain focused on safety of workforce, according to co. statement Monday. BBG
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Walter M. Kimbrough Sep 4
I hope enjoyed the Half-Day Birthday Holiday. It was nice and sunny pretty much ALL DAY. I would have been sooo mad if I had cancelled class for šŸ˜‚ So unless Gordon rapidly moves ā€œto the left, to the leftā€ weā€™re back on schedule tomorrow!
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Dr. Beth Stauffer Sep 4
Assuming stays away, is still happening tomorrow evening in ! will be speaking, will be emceeing, and the JSP staff will be hosting. Come on out!
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Huntington Ingalls Industries Sep 4
Due to the current track uncertainty of , in Pascagoula will be closed for first shift on Wednesday, Sept. 5. A decision will be made tmrw AM w/ regard to 2nd, 3rd & 4th shifts. Ingallsā€™ Avondale location is operating as normal.
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~Mariettaļø Sep 4
I Love The Cajun Navy! TheyĀ Are Volunteer Groups & Private Boat Owners Who Assist inĀ Search & RescueĀ Efforts in LouisianaĀ and Adjacent Areas. They Are Now Mobilizing Just Ahead of Gordon. Great Men & Women. šŸ™
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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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Scott Walker Sep 3
New video from Storm Coverage Retirement HQ.
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Governor Kay Ivey Sep 4
My office has been in close contact w/ the preparing for . Go to to download several useful apps in advance of this storm. Youā€™ll receive important weather alerts & info that can save lives!
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