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09/20/2022

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09/15/2022

September is National Preparedness Month – build an emergency kit with your family’s specific needs in mind. Get started here: ready.pa.gov/NPM

09/09/2022

Prepare your kids for disasters & emergencies! Take the time to have conversations about preparedness and make a plan together. Get tips for getting started: Ready.gov/kids

09/06/2022

An emergency kit should have everything you need to survive for several days, like food, water & a first aid kit. for a disaster by building your kit: ready.gov/kit

07/27/2022

Our 2022 National Night Out event will be held on Tuesday, August 2, from 6 PM to 8 PM at War Veterans Memorial Field, located at the intersection of South 6th Street and Primrose Avenue.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.

We will be offering free food and drinks, kids' games and activities, as well as 15+ vendor booths from local businesses. We will end the night with the 1st ever Community Water Balloon Battle, so please dress appropriately!

Please reach out to Interim Chief Shaub at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

We look forward to seeing you and your family there!

07/23/2022

When it's hot outside, don't rely on a fan to cool down! Fans do not reduce body temperature or prevent heat-related illnesses.

Instead, find shade or an air conditioned location to cool down.

☀️ ready.gov/heat

06/27/2022

Anyone can struggle with PTSD.

This PTSD Awareness Day, know the signs:
🥱 Trouble Sleeping
😤 Anger
🛌 Nightmares
😳 Being Jumpy
🍺 Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Help is available. Find it at pa.gov/mental-health.

06/21/2022

Summer is a great time to be outdoors, but if thunderstorms are in the forecast, have a plan to get to safety. Follow these tips if you plan on going outside when there is a risk for thunderstorms.

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06/17/2022

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06/17/2022

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16 JUN 2022 @ 7 PM: A Tornado Watch continues for a good portion of central Pennsylvania through 11 PM. We've received reports of widespread damage in Tidioute and Ridgway as the storms moved through earlier. If you have a any severe reports, we would appreciate them.

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05/15/2022

Photos from US National Weather Service State College PA's post

05/06/2022

2:55 PM EDT
6-hour rainfall estimates since 6 AM this morning indicate up to 1.5" of rain has already fallen across south central Pennsylvania, with another 1 to 2 inches of rainfall yet to come in many areas. Headwater points of the Juniata River Basin and flashier points into the Lower Susquehanna River Valley will be watched closely over the next 12 hours for additional heavy rainfall, as minor flooding potential is increasing late tonight and Saturday based on what has already fallen and predicted to fall overnight. Remember to never drive your car into areas where water covers the roadway!

04/22/2022

When a tornado warning is issued, go to a safe place: interior rooms, basements/cellars, bathrooms. If caught outdoors, go to the lowest area and lay flat covering your head with your arms. For more tornado safety info visit www.weather.gov/tornado

03/24/2022

What causes flooding in PA? 🌊

Each season can bring different weather hazards that can cause flooding. Floods can result from ice jams in the winter, snowmelt in the spring, thunderstorms in the summer, or tropical storms in the fall. It's best to be prepared all year long!

Learn more: ready.gov/floods



US National Weather Service State College PA

02/17/2022

High winds today may cause power outages. If your power goes out, call your electric utility. If power lines go down, stay away & report the downed lines.

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01/16/2022

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01/13/2022

Photos from PA Emergency Management Agency's post

01/06/2022

Headed out this evening? With snow in the forecast, make sure you are prepared before you leave home! Check the road conditions at https://www.511pa.com/, Check the most up to date snowfall forecast at www.weather.gov/ctp/winter, and prepare an emergency supply kit for your vehicle.

1/6/2022 6:00am

01/06/2022

Snow will overspread central PA from southwest to northeast Thursday afternoon and evening. The snow will end by daybreak on Friday, with snowfall totals of 2 to 4 inches expected across southern Pennsylvania (locally higher in the Laurel Highlands) and a dusting to two inches north of I-80. The Winter Weather Advisory has been expanded to cover the entire Lower Susquehanna Valley and the remainder of the southern tier of PA. | Wed, Jan 5 @ 8pm

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01/04/2022

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12/30/2021

It’s completely normal for the holiday season to bring up feelings of stress, loss, and sadness.

Feeling down? Reach out! You will get through this, and you don’t have to do it alone.

09/01/2021

Central PA: Please pay attention to the weather today & have multiple ways to receive warnings. Significant rainfall amounts will cause rapid-onset flash flooding this afternoon/evening. Don't drive through flooded roadways - it's not worth risking your life!
Wednesday 9/1 @ 5:15AM

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08/31/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service State College PA's post

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08/31/2021

Photos from PA Emergency Management Agency's post

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08/31/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service State College PA's post

Please remain vigilant and keep a lookout for updates in the coming days as this hurricane moves northeast.  The Nationa...
08/29/2021

Please remain vigilant and keep a lookout for updates in the coming days as this hurricane moves northeast. The National Weather service is predicting the impact Wednesday into Thursday for our area.

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08/17/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service State College PA's post

08/17/2021

More rain is expected today. Remnants of TS Fred will move over the region during the day on Wednesday. Between 2 & 3" of rain are possible through 8PM Thurs, with higher amounts possible depending on Fred's exact track. Take note if you live in a flood-prone area! | 8/17/21 @ 5AM

07/29/2021
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07/17/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service State College PA's post

06/29/2021

🥵Hottest temps of the week expected today.
🌡️Heat index values of 100-104°F in Dauphin, Lebanon, York, & Lancaster Counties.
⚠️Children, the elderly, & those with pre-existing health conditions should limit exposure.
⛈️Scattered PM storms & some heavy rain in northern PA today.

Tuesday 6/29 @ 5:30AM

06/21/2021

Monday, June 21 @ 6:35 AM | Scattered to numerous thunderstorms are expected to develop across central PA, mainly between noon and the first half of tonight. A few storms may be severe, with damaging winds the primary threat. Isolated large hail is also possible and a tornado can not be ruled out.

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05/27/2021

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05/26/2021

❗️ Severe weather is possible today, mainly after 1pm. Storms will develop in the west and track eastward. The primary threat is damaging wind gusts, but large hail is also possible (mainly in eastern PA). Stay today and when thunder roars, go indoors! | 5/26/21 @ 6AM

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05/19/2021

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5/19/21 at 4:35pm: Heads up for tomorrow, The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has issued a Code ORANGE Air Quality Alert on Thursday for the Susquehanna Valley. A Code Orange Air Quality Alert means that air pollution concentrations within the region may become unhealthy for sensitive groups. Sensitive groups include children, people suffering from asthma, heart disease or other lung diseases, and the elderly. The effects of air pollution can be minimized by avoiding strenuous activity or exercise outdoors.

Health Details
05/14/2021
Health Details

Health Details

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Health today reminded Pennsylvanians that fully vaccinated individuals may choose not to wear a mask, unless a business or organization, such as a school, requires that added layer of protection, in accordance with updated masking guidance fr...

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05/06/2021

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Getting vaccinated not only protects you, it also reduces the risk that you give the virus to others. It could save your life or the lives of the people you love. And it’s never been easier to find a vaccine appointment. Go to vaccines.gov and make your appointment now.

05/06/2021

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Penn State Health will be accepting walk-in COVID-19 vaccine appointments all week at its Granada site, 30 E. Granada Ave. #200, Hershey, from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Anyone 16 and older who wishes to be vaccinated can walk in, visit our online scheduler at vaccine-scheduler.pennstatehealth.org, or call 1-844-774-8883.

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04/29/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service State College PA's post

04/29/2021

After this morning's showers, more showers and thunderstorms are expected Thursday afternoon and evening. Some storms could be severe and produce damaging and gusty winds. Visit weather.gov/ctp for updates for your specific location. | 4/29/21 @ 6AM

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