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City of Tuscaloosa 15h
Downed trees have been reported at the following locations: -Jack Warner Pkwy and 25th Ave E -319 32nd Place E -740 Kings Mountain Road -16 Bealle Circle NE -51st Ave near Hunt Refinery -467 Meador Drive -3rd Ave E and 32nd Place E
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA 16h
The Tornado Watch for Tuscaloosa County has been cancelled. The severe threat for Tuscaloosa County is over, but be cautious of downed trees and power lines when traveling tonight.
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UA_Safety 16h
🚩Old Hackberry Lane northbound between Presidential I and Clara Verner towers is blocked with a tree down. If traveling south to Jack Warner Pkwy, use caution.
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City of Tuscaloosa 16h
Replying to @tuscaloosacity
Additional malfunctioning lights: -the intersection of 15th Street and 13th Avenue -McFarland Blvd at Midtown Village
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City of Tuscaloosa 16h
🚧Use caution while driving and pay attention to malfunctioning lights. Confirmed outage at the intersection of Bryant Drive and Dr. Edward Hilliard Drive.
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City of Tuscaloosa 17h
The threat of severe weather in Tuscaloosa City has lessened and 311 will close at its normal time (7 p.m.)
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NWS Birmingham 18h
Heads Up Tuscaloosa: The line of strong to severe storms will move into downtown Tuscaloosa around 615-630 pm.
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA 18h
Western and Central Tuscaloosa County is under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 6:45 PM. This includes Cities of Northport and Tuscaloosa and University of Alabama campus.
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City of Tuscaloosa 19h
Tornado shelters in opening now at these locations: -Tuscaloosa Magnet School -Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy -University Place Elementary -Alberta School of Performing Arts
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA 20h
Tuscaloosa County is in a Tornado Watch until 11 PM.
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA Apr 18
Remember to stay weather aware today! Have multiple ways of getting weather information. Tuscaloosa County remains in a risk for severe storms tonight.
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ALDOT West Central Apr 18
The contractor will demolish the EB bridge on I-20/59 at Exit 73 next week. McFarland Blvd., directly under the interstate, will close around the clock in both directions starting April 26 at 11 p.m. until April 29 at 5 a.m. Law enforcement will assist with traffic. More info ⬇️
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City of Tuscaloosa 22h
The Lurleen Wallace project is an managed project.
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City of Tuscaloosa 22h
This is an managed project, and they provide updates through their social media. However, we are working in bettering our road closures communication. Thanks for your comment!
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City of Tuscaloosa 22h
Don't lag behind! Anyone registered for the Tuscaloosa Mayor's Cup 5K by the end of Sunday will be entered to win two FREE tickets to a concert of your choice (exclusions apply) at the ! Winner will be announced Monday, April 22.
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City of Tuscaloosa Apr 15
Replying to @_king_pete
These were part of last year's Monster Makeover, where artists take local kids' drawings and recreate them.
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA Apr 14
Tornado Watch for Tuscaloosa County has been cancelled. The severe threat for tonight has ended.
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City of Tuscaloosa Apr 13
Tornado shelters in opening now at these locations: -Tuscaloosa Magnet School -Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy -University Place Elementary -Alberta School of Performing Arts
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TuscaloosaCountyEMA Apr 13
Tuscaloosa County remains in an enhanced risk for severe storms overnight tonight. Do YOU have a way to get weather information overnight? Details:
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City of Tuscaloosa Apr 12
Stay weather-aware Review your safety plan and make sure you have a way to be alerted while sleeping. Remember, sirens are meant for those outdoor, and are not reliable if you are indoor. We will post here and on IF and where shelters are open.
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