Special-Needs NOAA Weather Radio
for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Individuals

The special-needs NOAA Weather Radio has recently been designed to adapt to the needs of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.

 

 

 

 

 

Lee County, Alabama Emergency Management Agency is at Lee County Meeting Center.

Advanced Preparedness Workshop - Module II
Food, Water and Shelter in a Prolonged Power Outage

Starting now!

CSM Bennie Adkins Meeting Center
205 South 10th Street
Opelika, Al.

Video will be posted tomorrow.
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Lee County, Alabama Emergency Management Agency shared Farmville Volunteer Fire Department's post.

Great news for Volunteer Fire Fighters!
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Volunteer Firefighters from Lee County were present on Thursday, April 19th in the State Capitol witnessing Governor Kay Ivey sign House Bill 385. This bill will allow volunteer firefighters from acro...

Great news for Volunteer Fire Fighters!

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THANK YOU JESUS

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Thank You! I can finally go to sleep.

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Tyvm. I hope there is nothing else for tonight so I can sleep.

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Didn’t even know there was a tornado watch.

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Thank you for the update.

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Thank you!

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Lee County, Alabama Emergency Management Agency shared US National Weather Service Birmingham Alabama's post.

Severe weather risk for local area.
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4/22 610 AM forecast update for Central Alabama: Good morning folks. We have a significant change in the weather for today through Monday. We are moving into a wet pattern for this week. Here are th...

Severe weather risk for local area.
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