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Mobile County EMA Oct 10
Looking for more updates? text “ALALERT” to 888777 to receive information for automatic info from Alabama EMA sent straight to your phone. Stay Safe
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Mobile County EMA Oct 9
Hurricane Watch has been canceled. We are currently under a Tropical Storm Warning. Expect Tropical Storm conditions. Be prepared to take appropriate action should Mobile County's impact increase from Hurricane Michael.
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Mobile County EMA Oct 8
Mobile County is under a Tropical Storm Warning, a Hurricane Watch and a Coastal Flood Advisory. This is due primarily to a slight westerly shift in the forecast track for Hurricane Michael. Currently the risks are considered to be slight to moderate for wind, rain & surge.
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Mobile County EMA Oct 8
Hurricane Michael is moving northward towards the Gulf Coast of Florida. Be alert should projected landfall move closer to Mobile County and continue preparation for tropical storm conditions. Tropical Storm Watch in effect.
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Mobile County EMA Oct 7
Tropical Depression 14 is better organized and will likely become a tropical storm. This poses a risk to a broad area of the northern Gulf Coast including our area,
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Mobile County EMA Oct 6
Be aware that a tropical cyclone is likely to form and head towards the norther Gulf Coast. Monitor conditions closely and prepare for wind, rain and storm surge by mid-week.
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Mobile County EMA Oct 2
Reminder: 📳TOMORROW (Wednesday) 10/3: Expect to get a test emergency alert message on your phone at 2:18 PM EDT. You’ll hear a loud tone & vibration. This is a nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alert system. Questions? Check out Stay Safe
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FEMA Oct 2
📳TOMORROW (Wednesday) 10/3: Expect to get a test emergency alert message on your phone at 2:18 PM EDT. You’ll hear a loud tone & vibration. This is a nationwide test of the Wireless Emergency Alert system. Questions? Check out .
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Mobile County EMA Sep 17
IPAWS Tip: The 2018 IPAWS National Test via
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Mobile County Sep 4
UPDATE: TS Gordon shifted eastward & is expected to make landfall in western Mobile County around 10 p.m. Residents aware of this shift & take necessary precautions. Mobile remains under Hurricane and Flash Flood warnings & a Tornado watch.
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Mobile County Sep 4
Mobile County is under a Flash Flood Watch until 3:00 a.m. Wednesday.
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Mobile County EMA Sep 4
Mobile County is under a Tornado Watch until 4 a.m. We remain under a Hurricane Warning and a Flash Flood Watch. Be aware of weather conditions around you. Stay safe!
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Mobile County EMA Sep 4
For Tropical Storm Gordon updates, text 888777 and message: Mobilecoema
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Mobile County EMA Sep 4
Tropical Storm Gordon Update #3 - Shelter Information
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NWS SPC Aug 1
Aug 1, 2018 1300Z Thunderstorm Outlook
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Mobile County EMA Aug 1
Due to our current weather situation, this months weather alerting test will be canceled. Remember to review your emergency plans, restock disaster supplies & prepare your property for possible storm impacts. Please continue to monitor local information for situational updates.
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Mobile County EMA Jun 6
Mobile County EMA will be conducting a monthly test of the warning and notification systems this morning around 9:00 am. This includes the outdoor warning sirens. Remember, this is only a test.
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Mobile County EMA May 25
The National Hurricane Center named the disturbance in southeastern Gulf of Mexico as Sub-Tropical Storm Alberto. Currently Prep for heavy rains high winds & rip currents. Continue to monitor local news for up-to-date forecast several times. Visit for tips
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Mobile County EMA May 25
The National Hurricane Center named the disturbance in southeastern Gulf of Mexico as Sub-Tropical Storm Alberto. Currently Prep for heavy rains high winds & rip currents. Continue to monitor local news for up-to-date forecast several times. Visit for tips
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Mobile County EMA May 24
A Flash Flood Watch, Coastal Flood Watch and High Surf Advisory has been issued that includes Mobile County.
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