Nebraska Severe Storms, Flooding, and Tornadoes (DR-1924)

Updates and Articles, Blogs, and News Releases

October 5, 2010
News Release
LINCOLN, Neb. — Mold growing in recently flooded buildings can cause health problems, state and federal emergency management officials warn Nebraska residents. Water-damaged rooms are moist environments, ideal for mold to flourish. People with respiratory problems such as allergies or asthma should not spend time in houses that might contain mold. Mold often is visible as a fuzzy growth or discoloration on surfaces. It usually has a musty, earthy odor. 
September 14, 2010
News Release
LINCOLN, Neb. -- One option for minimizing the impact of a future flood is to raise an entire house up and hopefully out of harm’s way. Simply put the process is known as elevation. Nationwide, scores of home and business owners have done it. The upfront costs can represent a sizeable investment. The good news is that the dividends of elevating can meet or exceed damage costs from one event alone.
September 7, 2010
News Release
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Repairing damage after severe weather can be expensive. However, many projects can be done for little or no money. Most can make a big difference when preparing your home for severe weather and provide the extra bonus of lowering utility and home-maintenance costs year-round. Here are some ideas: 1. Cut it short.
September 3, 2010
News Release
LINCOLN, Neb. -- Federal disaster assistance is being made available to eight additional Nebraska counties that suffered damages during the severe storms, flooding and tornadoes June 1 through August 29, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today. They join the 53 Nebraska counties that are receiving assistance as a result of a presidential disaster declaration signed July 15.
August 31, 2010
News Release
LINCOLN, Neb. -- September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and state and federal emergency management officials are urging Nebraskans to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and communities:
August 31, 2010
News Release
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The severe storms, tornadoes and flooding in June and the damage they caused serve as reminders of how important it is to be prepared when it comes to bad weather. One of the essential preparedness items your family should have is a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio.


Incident period: June 1, 2010 to August 29, 2010
Major Disaster Declaration declared on July 15, 2010
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Preliminary Damage Assessment

  • Nebraska, FEMA-1924-DR (PDF 20KB)
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