The Beaumont Office of Emergency Management is actively monitoring tropical weather, including Tropical Storms Marco and Laura. The forecasted tracks for these systems are still uncertain but they have potential to impact our area within a day apart. We remind you to take action and always be prepared even though the storms are too far away to predict specific locations for landfall. This includes keeping your gas tanks at least half full, updating your “go-kit” with emergency supplies and preparing your home and business to prevent items from injuring people or damaging property . Monitor www.setinfo.org, beaumonttexas.gov, and local news media for updates.
Beaumont Office of Emergency Management Update 8-22-2020
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About the Author: Carol Riley
Officer Carol Riley is a 29 year veteran of the Beaumont Police Department. She hired on in 1992 and is currently assigned to Beaumont Police Community Relations Unit. She is a law enforcement coordinator for Southeast Texas Crime Stoppers and a Public Information Officer for City of Beaumont Emergency Management.