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Georgia Power readying for Hurricane Ian impacts

Georgia Power readying for Hurricane Ian impacts

Company prepared to respond safely and quickly to service interruptions that may occur
Hurricane Ian Tuesday afternoon update

Hurricane Ian Tuesday afternoon update

This Hurricane Ian update is from Will Lanxton, State Meteorologist
Tuesday morning Hurricane Ian update | Now a Cat 3

Tuesday morning Hurricane Ian update | Now a Cat 3

From Bulloch County Public Safety and EMA Director Ted Wynns report taken from the NHC 5 am advisory
Georgia Southern University Monitoring Hurricane Ian

Georgia Southern University Monitoring Hurricane Ian

Georgia Southern University administrators are closely monitoring Hurricane Ian and weather conditions for the areas in which GSU campuses are located
Tropical Storm Ian now Cat 1 Hurricane Ian | Stay Weather Alert

Tropical Storm Ian now Cat 1 Hurricane Ian | Stay Weather Alert

The following message is from Will Lanxton, State Meteorologist:
Bulloch County Schools is monitoring Hurricane Ian

Bulloch County Schools is monitoring Hurricane Ian

Families asked to remain alert for more information
State Operations Center to be activated Monday | Georgians urged to be weather aware this week

State Operations Center to be activated Monday | Georgians urged to be weather aware this week

Atlanta, GA – In coordination with Director Chris Stallings of the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMA/HS), the National Weather Service, and other storm response partners, Governor Brian P.
Tropical Storm Ian expected to become Major Hurricane this week

Tropical Storm Ian expected to become Major Hurricane this week

The following message is from Will Lanxton, State Meteorologist
Grice Connect Activates Hurricane Watch for TS Ian

Grice Connect Activates Hurricane Watch for TS Ian

Follow Grice Connect on Facebook and Subscribe to our Bulloch Daily newsletter now to stay updated on the storm
Wynn encourages early planning as Atlantic Tropical Systems become more active

Wynn encourages early planning as Atlantic Tropical Systems become more active

There is NO IMMEDIATE THREAT but they are monitoring several active systems now