A Tropical Storm WARNING remains in effect for our listening area until further notice as Hurricane Nate has arrived in Alabama.   More here.

There's also a Flash Flood Watch   in effect until 10pm Sunday Night.  More here.


Some other important reminders:

As of 10pm 10/7/17
Alabama Power says 13,071 power outages statewide and approximately 200 people in shelters

Alabama Power crews are prepared and ready to go to work as soon as conditions are safe.  If you encounter downed lines or poles, stay away! Report the damage to 800-888-2726.
If you encounter a disruption, report it from your phone on our website, or by calling 800-888-2726
Be safe and pay close attention to weather reports - severe weather like hurricanes can produce heavy rains, high winds and even tornadoes.

#Tuscaloosa 311 will open at 7:30 am tomorrow (Sunday, Oct. 8) in anticipation of #HurricaneNate. Report non emergency issues using 311.

Get alerts for the City of Tuscaloosa, City of Northport, Tuscaloosa County, and Tuscaloosa County EMA.
You can stay informed about emergencies and other important community updates by signing up for the TuscALERT system. Aside from optional non-emergency notifications, this system enables us to quickly provide you with critical information in a variety of situations such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons, and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods.
You can pick the weather alerts you are interested in and you will receive time-sensitive notifications by text, email, and/or phone call. Also, you can use the "Do Not Disturb" feature for weather alerts overnight which will limit notification to only tornado warnings (if your address is in the warned polygon) during the hours you specify.



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