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Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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Ice and Snow Possible Again Wed. & Thurs. in Mississippi

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) is again asking the public to prepare for another possible winter storm on Wednesday and Thursday.

Winter Weather Update: Travel Remains Dangerous

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) urges Mississippians to exercise extreme caution during the ongoing winter weather event.

Tornado Preparedness: Weather Alerts

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) and the National Weather Service (N.W.S.) are highlighting the importance of severe weather alerts for the final day of Tornado Preparedness Week.

M.E.M.A. Monitoring Winter Weather Possibility

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) is working closely with the National Weather Service and monitoring the possibility of winter precipitation that may affect parts of the state Sunday night and continue into Tuesday.

M.E.M.A. Launches New Disaster Preparedness Campaign for Kids

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.), with the assistance of First Lady Deborah Bryant, unveiled a new statewide disaster preparedness campaign for kids at Louisville Elementary School Tuesday.

Gov. Bryant Declares Tornado Preparedness Week

Much destruction was caused from tornadoes which occurred during the deadly outbreak last April, where 14 Mississippians lost their lives.

Gov. Bryant Declares Tornado Ppreparedness Week

Gov. Phil Bryant declares Feb. 9th-13th Tornado Preparedness Week in Mississippi.

M.E.M.A. Urges Preparation for Freezing Forecast

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) has been notified by the National Weather Service (N.W.S.) that the entire state may see a hard freeze over the next few days.

Four Deaths Confirmed & Damage Reported to M.E.M.A.

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) has received confirmation of four deaths and at least 20 injuries from apparent tornadoes and severe weather that struck the state on Tuesday afternoon.

Storm Damage Reported to M.E.M.A.

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.) has received a report of injuries and storm damage in two counties as a result of the severe weather that moving through the state Tuesday.

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