Delaware County Emergency Management

Delaware County Emergency Management

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US CENSUS RESPONSE RATE! Oklahoma response rate is 41.9. Delaware rate is 28.4. Muskogee rate is 39.5. Wagoner is 48.4. Respond today!
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Welcome to the Delaware County Emergency Management’s (DCEM) Official fan page on Facebook, where you will Get emergency management news about emergency preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation from Delaware County Emergency Management

Delaware County Emergency Management is run totally by volunteers, who give of their time, their strength, and of their heart, to bring to those in need service and all that is needed that is humanly possible in a disaster situation. Welcome to the Delaware County Emergency Management’s (DCEM) Official fan page on Facebook, where you will find the agency’s most recent news stories, photos, updates

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Severe Weather and Heavy Rain/Flooding Update - 10/12/21 10/12/2021

Severe Weather and Heavy Rain/Flooding Update - 10/12/21

Severe Weather and Heavy Rain/Flooding Update - 10/12/21 An active weather pattern will persist across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas through much of this week. Heavy rain and flash flooding are the main con...

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 10/12/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

10/11/2021
10/10/2021

Watch The weather this evening

10/10/2021

[3PM 10/10/21] We covered the new categories for severe thunderstorm warnings and now here is a review of tornado watches /warnings. BE WEATHER AWARE AND HAVE MULTIPLE WAYS TO RECEIVE WATCH/WARNING INFORMATION! #okwx #arwx

10/10/2021

Our storm zone map has changed a bit since last night. It’s important to note that you shouldn’t pay too much attention to the zone you are in. Just know that anywhere across Green Country there is a good chance for severe weather this evening and tonight. As always we will be watching it and keeping you informed.

10/09/2021

[4:35 am update 10/9/21]

Thunderstorms will likely develop late Sunday afternoon along a front from southwest to central Oklahoma, with the activity spreading into eastern Oklahoma during the evening hours. All modes of severe weather, including tornadoes, will be possible.

A line of storms will eventually develop and sweep east overnight, moving into western Arkansas after midnight.

NWS Tulsa Severe Weather Briefing - 10/8/21 10/08/2021

NWS Tulsa Severe Weather Briefing - 10/8/21

NWS Tulsa Severe Weather Briefing - 10/8/21 An update on the potential for severe weather across the area Sunday afternoon and night.

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 09/30/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

09/14/2021

[5:35 AM 9/14/21] Isolated thunderstorms may occur this afternoon across the higher terrain areas of southeast Oklahoma and west central Arkansas. However, the better chance of thunderstorms will be late this afternoon, and especially tonight, across parts of northeast Oklahoma and far northwest Arkansas. A strong storm or two is possible in this area, with gusty winds and small hail possible.

09/12/2021

Near critical grassland fire spread rates are forecast to develop this afternoon across parts of northeast Oklahoma, mainly along and northwest of Interstate 44, where fire weather conditions will be maximized. The combination of hot temperatures, low humidity values, gusty winds, and dry soils/curing vegetation will yield conditions conducive to the spread of wildfires.

08/30/2021

[4:55 AM 8/30/21] Scattered showers and isolated storms are forecast today with the highest rain chances across portions of northeast Oklahoma and far northwest Arkansas. Locally gusty winds and brief heavy rainfall will be possible with any stronger storms. Temperatures will continue above normal with highs in the upper 80s to mid 90s. A hot and dry weather pattern develops for much of the upcoming week.

08/23/2021

A Heat Advisory is in effect from 11 AM to 8 PM Monday across Eastern OK & Northwest AR. Heat index values around 105 degrees are expected for most locations. Portions of Northeast OK and the Arkansas River valley of West Central AR can expect heat index values up to 110 degrees. Take precautions during outdoor activities to mitigate the potential for heat illnesses.

08/08/2021

Severe storms will be possible this afternoon and evening, with the best chances across far NE OK into NW AR. Damaging winds and large hail are the threats.

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 07/29/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

07/27/2021

[4:22 AM 7/27/21] Heat advisory continues today for E OK / west central AR. Know your safety rules and take precautions with any outdoor activities.

06/06/2021

High rain chances will remain in the forecast for the next several days as an upper level low slowly traverses the region. Widespread 1 to 2 inch rainfall amounts are forecast across southeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas with locally higher amounts possible through Tuesday.

06/03/2021

[4:33AM 6/3/21] Showers and storms make a return to the forecast this weekend. Locally heavy rainfall and strong storms will be possible. Severe weather is not currently expected. #okwx #arwx

06/02/2021

[5:07AM 6/2/21] Showers and storms will again be possible across parts of the area this afternoon. The best chances for storms will generally be along and west of Hwy 75. Locally heavy rainfall may accompany these storms. Severe weather is not expected. #okwx #arwx

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 05/31/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

05/30/2021

Showers and thunderstorms will become widespread Monday and continue into Tuesday. Rainfall amounts of one to two inches will be common, with locally higher amounts over three inches possible.

05/29/2021

After a dry day today, shower and thunderstorm chances return Sunday, especially across northeast Oklahoma. Severe weather is not anticipated.

05/27/2021

Please be weather aware today! Make sure your weather radios are working and have your severe weather plans in place early today. We will be monitoring and keeping you updated as time allows, as always please don't rely on any social media outlet to be your only weather source as there can be delays!

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 05/19/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

05/19/2021
Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 05/18/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

05/17/2021

[6:11PM 5/17/21] Additional storms will be possible this evening but a line of storms will move into the region late tonight into tomorrow morning bringing us the best chances for storms with a limited severe potential and locally heavy rainfall. The main severe threats will be damaging wind gusts and large hail. #okwx #arwx

05/17/2021

Shower and thunderstorm chances will once again be possible for Eastern OK and Northwest AR today and tonight. The greater potential through this afternoon is expected over Southeast OK into Northwest AR. There could be a lull in precipitation coverage this evening before thunderstorm chances increase from west to east after midnight tonight. There will be a limited severe weather potential mainly this afternoon and again tonight with damaging wind and large hail being the primary threats. Locally heavy rainfall will also be possible with the stronger showers and storms.

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post 05/14/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Tulsa Oklahoma's post

05/13/2021

Outages

Outages We always do our best to keep the lights on for the community, but sometimes outages occur. And when they do, we’ll not only send out our crews to fix the issue immediately, but we’ll be sure to let you know when electricity might be restored. We know you depend on us for power and we take that ...

05/10/2021

UPDATE: The project is complete and power has been restored.

A scheduled outage on Tuesday (5/11/21) will interrupt power to 531 NOEC members served by the Jay substation. Members affected include those located east and northeast of Jay to the state line. The outage will begin at approximately 9 a.m. and last an estimated two hours. This service interruption will allow NOEC's power supplier to replace a mobile substation.

[05/05/21]   We will be testing the sirens in Bernice and Monkey Island today.
Monkey Island will be at 11:00am
Bernice at 11:30am.

05/03/2021

[10:40 AM 5/3/21] Severe weather will develop this afternoon primarily southeast of Interstate 44. Hail up to baseball size, locally damaging winds, and tornadoes are all possible. The severe weather threat will end during the early morning hours Tuesday.

05/03/2021

Severe thunderstorms will be possible late this afternoon and overnight with all hazards possible. Have multiple ways to receive warnings later today and have a plan in place if needing to seek shelter. Details will continue to be refined thru the day so check back for updates.

04/27/2021

Multiple rounds of showers/storms are expected starting this afternoon and continuing through Thursday. 2-4" will be common across much of the area with locally higher amounts. Marginally severe hail and wind will be possible with a few storms, mainly tonight and Wednesday.

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1411 S Broadway St
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