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CTDESPP/DEMHS Aug 5
The has issued a heat advisory for the entire state for Monday and Tuesday.
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Old Lyme EOC Aug 1
That’s twice now that we’ve been hacked. Sorry about that folks.
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Old Lyme EOC Jul 30
Emergency Repairs Will Close Grassy Hill Road at Route 1 Tuesday/Wednesday -
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Rhode Island EMA Jul 20
TGIF! This is a reminder that despite the beautiful weather outside today, we are still in hurricane season. The time to prepare for a hurricane is now - on a blue sky day. Is your home storm proof? If not, what are you waiting for? When a storm hits, it’s too late. Prepare now
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NWS New York NY Jul 20
Enjoy the beautiful weather today because significant changes are on the way into the weekend! It will be pleasantly warm (low humidity) for today before clouds begin to increase Saturday morning. Rain, with periods of heavier rainfall are looking more likely now for Sat.night.
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CTDESPP/DEMHS Jul 17
Thunderstorms moving through parts of the state with heavy rain, gusty winds, and frequent lightning. Please stay alert.
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CTDESPP/DEMHS Jul 3
Always remember to Look Before You Lock
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CTDESPP/DEMHS Jun 29
Today is the first day of our first heat wave of the summer.
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Governor Dan Malloy Jun 28
A heat wave is forecast to impact beginning Friday and lasting for several days. 🌄 Cooling centers are opening throughout the state. To locate one closest to you, call 2-1-1. Here's some more tips to beat the heat:
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NWS New York NY Jun 29
The heat has arrived! Temperatures will rise in to the upper 80s to the lower 90s today with even hotter temperatures over the weekend.
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CTDESPP/DEMHS Jun 18
During times of extreme heat, please check on your elderly neighbors.
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FirstNet Authority Jun 9
Connecticut connected with following severe weather Learn more->>
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NJOEM Jun 9
Pets🐶are family too! Include them in your emergency plans! Have livestock such as horses🐴? Visit to learn how to prepare them for emergencies!
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Readygov Jun 8
June is pet preparedness month! Take time now to prepare all of your family members-furry, fuzzy, slippery etc 😊 in case of an emergency.
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Readygov Jun 5
Create a fire escape plan today and make sure everyone in your home knows the plan.
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NWS New York NY Jun 1
June 1st marks not only the start of meteorological summer but also the start of hurricane season. Check out for more information about summer weather hazards!
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Old Lyme EOC Jun 1
Today is first day of Atlantic . Make sure you & your family has a plan. ✔️Sign up for local alerts on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram ✔️Know how to evacuate (include your pets!) ✔️Practice your plan ✔️Have copies of critical documents
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Governor Dan Malloy May 31
Replying to @GovMalloyOffice
The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, with the principal threat period for Connecticut occurring from mid-August to mid-October.
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Governor Dan Malloy May 31
Tomorrow (June 1) marks the 1st day of the season along the Atlantic coast. Emergency management and insurance officials are reminding residents to have preparations in place should any severe weather impact the state. Here's some tips →
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CTDESPP/DEMHS May 30
DC Hackett participating in national hurricane preparedness video teleconference with Secretary Nielsen and Administrator Long. The Atlantic Hurricane season begins June 1st.
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