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PNM 20230630

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PREPARE NOW MESSAGE (PNM 20230630)

Issued: 30 June 2023.

Impact Weather: Friday (30 June), [threat] Saturday (1 July), and Sunday (2 July)


NWS messaging:

  • Potential for multiple rounds of severe weather late/overnight Friday (lowest confidence)

  • Multiple rounds of severe weather Saturday evening into night with damaging winds (highest threat) and chance of isolated tornadoes and hail (highest confidence)

  • Multiple rounds of storms Sunday afternoon/night.


NWS Hazardous Weather Outlook:

  • Day 1: There is a low probability for widespread hazardous weather.

  • Day 2 - 7: Multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms will be possible Saturday into Monday. Some of the storms will be capable of producing damaging wind as well as locally heavy rainfall. Isolated large hail or even a tornado are possible Saturday afternoon and evening.



Recommended Actions:

  • Review actions and begin implementing as they apply to your situation. Use keywords SEVERE, TORNADO and POWER at https://www.cc-ema.org/prepare

  • If you have a member of your household that has serious medical conditions and require an electrically powered medical device? Then you may want to look into the following programs from our area providers.

  • The Emergency Notices Page is not active as of this post, but if the situation continues to deteriorate, you can check for information on What to Do, What NOT to DO, Where to Go, Where to Avoid, and additional information.

  • If you have not signed up for Emergency Alerts (if you did not receive a text with the link to this post, you are not signed up), you may want to sign up using one of two different methods.

    1. Option #1 (see phone image) is to text to opt-in for all county level alerts.

    2. Option #2 is to create an account with alerts that just impact the address you provide. You can provide up to 15 addresses (e.g. home, work, school, rental properties, parents, kids, et cetera). Each address has to be located within Clinton County.

  • Event Organizers: If you are holding an event over this period and are interested in receiving Weather Observation messages (text or email via DTN Wx Sentry) to support your decision making for any outdoor related activities for the areas listed below, please contact EMA.

    • Send email to breckel.thomas@clintoncountyohio.us with your org name, individual name(s), email, and mobile number to be added (no cost). Please specify if there are desired quiet times to not receive observation alerts. You will need to specify which areas below you want coverage for.

      • Blanchester

      • Clarksville

      • Lees Creek

      • New Vienna

      • Port William

      • Sabina

      • Wilmington

Stay Weather Aware this weekend!


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