Cold Weather Shelters Opening in Pascagoula, D'Iberville, & Gulfport

Contributor: Sarah Duffey
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Updated: 11/26/2013 7:33 pm
Cold weather shelters will be open at the Pascagoula and Gulfport Salvation Army locations, as well as at the D'Iberville Civic Center. Harrison County Emergency Director, Rupert Lacy, says freeze watches could be possible and to remember the five Ps. Protect people, pets, plants, exposed pipes, and always practice fire safety. Lacy says, “They're talking cold weather. Here we are at the end of November. We're going into some extreme cold weather nights and these are going to be back to back cold nights." Transportation to shelters is available via the Coast Transit Authority on fixed routes.
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Gulfport
79° Clear Feels Like: 79° F
High: 87° F
Low: 70° F
Wind: VRB 5 mph


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