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Wed May 29th 11:37am

The updates are out and the verdict is in. I will attach a graphicast that explains a lot just by the picture. This email will be short and directly to the point. WHEREVER storms form, they will go severe very quickly and move NE at 20-30 mph. The higher tornado risk is to the Northwest but they can happen with any severe supercell. Expect large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. Will advise later today if needed. Stay aware of conditions from the following web address- http://www.srh.noaa.gov/oun/ and gcem.org.image001

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Mike Honigsberg, Certified Director

oklahoma emergency managementEnid/Garfield County Emergency Management
E.O.C. 580-249-5969
Personal Cell–580-541-1263
Blackberry- mhonigsberg@pioneer.blackberry.com
Twitter- @garfieldem
Facebook-Enid/Garfield County Emergency Management

HOW “YOU” COPE WITH THE REALITY OF DISASTER, DEPENDS ON “YOUR” LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS. Mike Honigsberg

 


 

Ways to get information directly from Enid/ Garfield County Emergency Management:

 

1. Text Alerts from Enid/Garfield County Emergency Management through NIXLE at Nixle or text your zip code to 888777 for SMS notifications. Follow the instructions. This information comes directly from our network here in Garfield County.

 

2. If you want our email updates, forecast information, or want to be on our paging network, email the director at mike.honigsberg@onenet.net and we’ll put you on the list.

INFORMATIVE WEBSITES:

 

Garfield County Emergency Management Website

 

 

GCEM BLOG

 

 

City of Enid website

 

 

STORM SHELTER REGISTRATION:

Click here to register a storm shelter

 

 

Sign up even if you don’t have a shelter. Let us know where you go within your house. This helps our search and rescue teams find you quickly.

 

During any incident or severe weather we STRONGLY encourage everyone to listen to your local AM and FM radio stations. They are 103.1-KOFM.960-KGWA, 107.1-KNID, 95.7-KXLS, 1390-KCRC, 104.7 KEIF-LP.