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April 9, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Interagency Fire Center www.nifc.gov (NIFC) in Boise, Idaho reports the potential for wildfires remains above normal in all or parts of 16 US states between now and...
April 8, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Weather Service (NWS) long range forecast for U.S. mainland over the next six to 10 days calls for a mix of rain, snow and continuing dry conditions. Rain in the...
April 8, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Red River is expected to slowly fall during the next two days and then begin a slow rise to 44.5 or 45.5 feet on April 11. The first river crest at Grand Forks last week was...
April 8, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The National Weather Service (NWS) reports severe weather and the likelihood of tornadoes are possible today in the Midwest and parts of Texas. NWS forecasters anticipate the...
April 8, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Since activating the new tollfree donation hotline two days ago, FEMA operators have handled more than 10,000 calls. When President Clinton announced the special hotline 1-800-...
April 7, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- High-level coordination underway between FEMA, USAID and DoD to ensure effective delivery of assistance. Washington, April 6, 1999 -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (...
April 7, 1999
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Missouri state officials have asked for joint Federal/State Preliminary Damage Assessments (PDAs) as a result of the flash flooding that hit the state on April 3. Personnel...
April 7, 1999
"Calendar observances like Disaster Preparedness Month allow all of us to look up for a moment from our day-to-day concerns, pause - and reflect on just how prepared we are for the protracted...
Region X
April 7, 1999
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Killer tornadoes raked Tennessee and more than 50 counties in six southeastern states this time last year, leaving a grim wake of twisted destruction, more than 100 deaths, hundreds...
Region IV
April 7, 1999
ATLANTA, Ga. -- Killer tornadoes raked Kentucky and more than 50 counties in six southeastern states during the Spring of last year, leaving a grim wake of twisted destruction, more than 100 deaths,...
Region IV

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