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All curfews lifted on the gulf coast, still only travel if necessary while roads are cleared and assessed.
In the case of an electrical outage, it is important to be careful to ensure food safety. Discard any food that has been at room temperature for two hours or more, and any food that has an unusual odor, color, … Continue reading
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is forecasting Hurricane Nate will make landfall tonight along the Mississippi Gulf Coast as a Category 2. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) urges motorists to exit highways as the storm comes ashore and … Continue reading
All Mississippi Coast Casinos are closing at 5 p.m. according to the MS Gaming Commission.
Hurricane Nate expected to hit as a Category 2 with sustained winds near 100 mph. Personal preparations should be finalized as soon as possible. Storm surge could be above 10 feet in some areas along the coast and inlets. Next … Continue reading
Hancock County – Kiln Safe Room, 18324 Hwy 43 Kiln, MS 39556 Leetown Shelter located at 28290 Leetown Rd, Picayune at 10:00am Special medical needs shelter located at 24075 Hwy 43, Picayune at 10:00am Jackson County – 8:00 AM … Continue reading
PEARL – The State Emergency Operations Center has activated the Mississippi Joint Information Center for all media and public inquiries regarding Hurricane Nate. The JIC can be reached by calling 1-866-920-6362. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is posting … Continue reading
Hancock County – 7:00 AM Opening Kiln Safe Room, 18324 Hwy 43 Kiln, MS 39556 Jackson County – 8:00 AM opening East Jackson County Safe Room, 18413 Highway 613, Hurley, MS 39555 Central Jackson County Community Safe Room, 5500 … Continue reading
JACKSON- In preparation for Hurricane Nate, here are some resources you may need in order for your family and visitors to be fully prepared for the upcoming storm. Please follow the advice of your local officials regarding the possibility … Continue reading
PEARL – Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a State of Emergency and an Executive Order authorizing the use of the Mississippi National Guard as Tropical Storm Nate advances to the Gulf of Mexico. At 10 a.m., the National Hurricane … Continue reading