JEREMIAH W. (JAY) NIXON, GOVERNORContact:
- Mike O'Connell , Communications Director
- (573) 751-4819
TIM DIEMLER, ACTING SEMA DIRECTOR
Situation Report #: N09130010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 12, 2013
Flooding Situation Report Aug. 12 1 PM
INCIDENT BRIEFING (ICS 201)
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Time: 1:00 p.m.
Full Situation Report with Graphics: http://www.sema.dps.mo.gov/docs/20130812SitRep1pm.pdf
Southeast MO - The showers and thunderstorms moving northeast across the Quad State Region are developing along and mainly south of a "decaying" frontal boundary stretching over parts of southeast Missouri. Additional showers and thunderstorms will re-develop later today and tonight in advance of a cold front moving south into the area. Locally heavy rain, capable of producing brief, localized flooding will be possible with the stronger thunderstorms. A few storms may also produce marginal hail and gusty winds, especially later today and again tonight.
Noon Populations from 8/11
Current Population: 17
All of the families that were staying in the shelter have individually met with Red Cross caseworkers and have arrangements for housing, either temporary or permanent.
Areas of Concern by Region:
As of 8/11/13 all EOCs are at normal operating hours and are monitoring the situation. There was no significant rainfall overnight, and conditions are stable. River levels are steadily falling. Emergency Human Services and partners continue to address unmet needs at the local level and assist with recovery plans.
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