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Mobile County EMA Apr 19
Roads Re-Opened Three Mobile County roads closed Monday due to rising creek levels are open for traffic now open.
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Mobile County EMA Apr 17
Road Closures Three Mobile County roads are closed due to rising creek. Will remain closed until at least Wednesday. Roads are Lott Road north of the Escatawpa bridge; Mason Ferry Rd. north of Escatawpa bridge; & Earlville Rd. about 2,000 feet northeast of Mason Ferry Road.
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Mobile County EMA Apr 13
Severe weather likely Saturday. Expect heavy rain, damaging winds, dangerous surf, flooding, and great risk for tornadoes. Do not let your guard down! Be Safe.
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OK Emergency Mgmt Apr 13
Great graphic showing how to find your tornado safe place - as close to the ground as possible, central-most part of the building, smallest space possible, & avoid doors & windows
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NWS Mobile Apr 13
⛈️🌪️SATURDAY - Much of the area is under an ENHANCED risk for severe storms (a level 3 out of the 5 risk levels), which means numerous severe storms are LIKELY. There is a risk for *significant* severe storms tomorrow, which for us means winds 70+mph & tornadoes possible.
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Mobile County EMA Apr 12
Severe weather may impact our area Saturday. Please continue to monitor the latest forecast and be prepared to stay weather aware Saturday.
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NWS Mobile Apr 12
There is now an Enhanced Risk of severe storms Saturday as a squall line moves over our area. Damaging winds will be the primary hazard, but brief tornadoes are also possible. Continue to monitor the latest forecasts & be prepared to stay weather aware Saturday.
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Mobile County EMA Apr 5
Next round of potential showers and thunderstorms expected this weekend beginning overnight Friday into early Saturday Morning.
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NWS Mobile Apr 5
The next round of showers & storms will move across our area late Friday night into Saturday morning. Isolated severe storms will be possible.
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Mobile County EMA Apr 3
***Road Closure*** A segment of Schillinger Rd. N. between Moffett Rd. and Lott Rd. will be closed for approximately four weeks beginning April 9. Detour signs and message boards will help direct drivers. Please use caution when in the area.
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Mobile County EMA Apr 2
Strong storms, some severe with damaging winds, possible Tuesday night as another cold front approaches our area.
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Mobile County EMA Mar 29
A line of strong thunderstorms with strong gusty winds is moving into Mobile
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Mobile County EMA Mar 29
There is potential today for severe thunderstorms, damaging wind and localized nuisance flooding this afternoon and evening. Plan accordingly.
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Mobile County EMA Jan 26
Locally heavy rainfall possible Saturday night with minor localized flooding.
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Mobile County EMA Jan 3
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. This is only a test.
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Mobile County EMA Dec 29
It's going to get colder. Overnight temperatures in the low to mid 20s are possible for coastal Alabama. Protect people, pipes, pets and plants.
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Mobile County EMA Dec 8
As temperatures dip below freezing tonight, icing on bridges and overpasses is possible making driving difficult.
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Mobile County EMA Dec 7
Cold rain this afternoon turns into a light wintry mix of rain and sleet tonight. Temperatures should remain above freezing though so no accumulation is expected.
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Mobile County EMA Nov 1
will be conducting the monthly test of warnings and notification systems this morning around 9:00 AM. This is only a test.
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Mobile County EMA Oct 22
Rain continues to fall as some areas have already had 3 to 4 inches of rain. Be aware, drive with care.
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