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GIC is monitoring conditions in Southern California after flooding and mudslides particularly in areas affected by recent wildfires. Local emergency management authorities have issued mandatory and voluntary evacuations and some roads have been closed and media is reporting some property damage. NWS Los Angeles Area Forecast Discussion calls for systems to produce onshore flow that will aid in producing periods of heavy rain along the California Coast through Monday evening. This heavy precipitation will lead to a risk of flash flooding and debrisflows, particularly near burn scar areas, Monday and MondaySEE DETAILS <span class="mo...

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GIC has wrapped up monitoring tornadoes in central Alabama. After reviewing storm surveys from NWS Birmingham, communicating with GIC members, monitoring social media, and communicating with emergency management officials, GIC will not be activating for data acquisition. Should any GIC members have needs arise, please reach out to support@geointel.org.

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GIC is monitoring conditions in the southeast for damages from severe weather including wind, tornadoes and hail. NWS Storm Reports have included minor hail, small tornadoes, and numerous wind reports, including likely tornadoes. Media is reporting touchdown of a tornado in Wetumpka, Alabama with significant damage, including damaging the town’s police department, a senior center, and several churches. Shelters have been opened and a curfew is in place. GIC members with requests for areas needed flown, please reach out to support@geointel.org.

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GIC is continuing to monitor conditions in Southern California for mudslides and flooding particularly in areas affected by the Woolsey Fire. Local emergency management authorities have issued mandatory and voluntary evacuations and some roads have been closed. However, significant damage to property has not yet been observed via our monitoring of social and traditional media. NWS Los Angeles Area Forecast Discussion calls for precipitation tapering off tonight with several hours of minimal shower activity going through Wednesday morning and then rain picking up again later Wednesday and into Thursday asSEE DETAILS <span class="more-link-hov...

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UPDATE: With storms developing in Southern California we are actively monitoring conditions due to the increased risk of mudslides and flooding in burn areas affected by the Woolsey Fire. We will continue to post updates if risks increase.

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