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GIC is monitoring conditions across the Southern Plains and Southeast for damages from severe weather including wind, hail, and tornadoes. NWS Storm Reports have included hail, wind reports, flash flooding, and tornadoes. Media is reporting several events of large and damaging hail failing in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, and Oklahoma. GIC is monitoring social media, traditional media, and emergency management officials for damage reports and assessments. NWS convective outlooks include enhanced risk today for areas of Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida and tomorrow for areas of Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia. As always, we invite input from all GIC members. If conditions worsen and you have requirements, please reach out to grayskay@geointel.org.
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GIC is monitoring conditions across the southern plains and southeast. NWS Storm Reports have included tornadoes, hail and wind reports from Texas through Alabama, Kentucky, Ohio, and South Carolina. Media is reporting fatal tornadoes in Texas and Mississippi. Damaging hail storms have been reported in San Antonio, TX and Killeen, TX. Additional rounds of severe weather are expected through today and into the night. With such a large outbreak of severe weather, input from GIC members is critical to help refine areas of interest for any aerial imagery collection. Please share any requirements you have for data collection to grayskay@geointel.org.
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GIC is monitoring conditions across the Southern Plains, Southeast, and Ohio Valley this weekend. A strong area of low pressure will develop across the Southern Plains on Saturday. Severe thunderstorms are likely from east Texas across Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama on Saturday. A few strong tornadoes, damaging winds, and large hail will be possible. The threat then stretches from the Ohio Valley into the Southeast for Sunday. As always, we invite input from all GIC members. If conditions worsen and you have requirements for your GIC member organization, please reach out to grayskay@geointel.org.
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GIC is monitoring conditions across the southern plains and southeast for damages from severe weather including wind, hail, and probable tornadoes. NWS Storm Reports have included hail and numerous wind reports, including probable tornadoes. Media is reporting several events of large and damaging hail failing in Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida. Additional rounds of severe weather and downpours causing flooding continue and expand eastward through Monday. GIC is monitoring for damage reports and assessments. As always, we invite input from all GIC members. If conditions worsen and you have requests for areas your organization needs flown, please reach out to grayskay@geointel.org.
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Following monitoring of hail storm reports and receipt of a request from a GIC Member, GIC has activated to Level 2 – Partial Activation to collect imagery over Collin County, Texas, including the towns of McKinney and Allen. More details will be forthcoming on the exact timing, sensor, and resolution for this data collection. Data collected will be shipped to our image processing center in Centennial, processed, and made available to GIS members and public safety stakeholders via secure map services available at http://maps.geointel.org.   If you have any questions or wish to provide input to our area of interest for this activation please reach out to us at support@geointel.org.
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A major winter storm will produce numerous impacts across the Central U.S. from the Central Rockies across all of the Plains to the Mississippi Valley and into the Upper Great Lakes. The storm is expected to generate heavy rains, severe thunderstorms, isolated flooding, blizzard conditions and heavy snows. Active thunderstorms on the south and southeast side of the storm push eastward out of the Southern Plains and into the Lower to Middle Mississippi Valley on Wednesday with heavy rains and isolated flooding. GIC is monitoring for damage reports and assessments. As always, we invite input from all GIC members. If conditions worsen and you have requests for areas your organization needs flown, please reach out to support@geointel.org.
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As a strong low pressure system moves across the central and eastern part of the nation this weekend, GIC is monitoring for a variety of significant weather impacts. Large hail has fallen in areas around Dallas, Texas. Farther east and south, heavy rain and thunderstorms are forecast. These storms that develop may produce strong winds, large, and also some tornadoes. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will exist across eastern New Mexico and western Texas.

See National Weather Service short range public discussion for more details.
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Gray Sky, News
Today we published the second of 2 flights of true-color and color-infrared imagery for areas affected by Lee County Tornado. An Eagle camera captured 7.5 cm imagery between Tuskegee, Alabama and Waverly Hall, Georgia. This first flight was collected on Tuesday 05-March, shipped to our image processing center in Centennial, processed, and is now available to GIC members and public safety stakeholders via secure web maps and services available at http://maps.geointel.org.   This second flight covers the southern portion of the area of interest and includes imagery over the hardest hit areas. If you have any questions please reach out to us at support@geointel.org. Credentials for public safety stakeholders to access the data may be requested at credentials@geointel.org.
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Today we published the first of 2 flights of true-color and color-infrared imagery for areas affected by Lee County Tornado. An Eagle camera captured 7.5 cm imagery between Tuskegee, Alabama and Waverly Hall, Georgia. This first flight was collected on Tuesday 05-March, shipped to our image processing center in Centennial, processed, and is now available to GIC members and public safety stakeholders via secure web maps and services available at http://maps.geointel.org.   This first flight covers the northern portion of the area of interest and imagery for some of the hardest hit areas will be forthcoming in the second flight, collected on Wednesday 06-March and still being processed. If you have any questions please reach out to us at support@geointel.org. Credentials for public safety stakeholders to access the data may be requested at credentials@geointel.org.
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GIC has mobilized and is flying an aircraft today to capture aerial imagery in response to tornadoes in Alabama and Georgia. We have an Eagle camera flying capturing 7.5 cm imagery over areas devastated by several tornadoes between Tuskegee, Alabama and Waverly Hall, Georgia, including the fatal EF-4 through Beauregard-Smiths Station, Lee County, Alabama. Data collected will be shipped to our image processing center in Centennial, processed, and made available to GIS members and public safety stakeholders via secure map services available at http://maps.geointel.org.   If you have any questions please reach out to us at support@geointel.org. Credentials for public safety stakeholders to access the data may be requested at credentials@geointel.org.

This is a LEVEL 2 – Partial Activation. What does this mean? 
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