Rhode Island – A winter storm dumped several inches of snow over much of the state leaving many residents without power. The State Emergency Operations Center is open.
The Emergency Operations Center is staffed with a Red Cross liaison. The Rhode Island Chapter is monitoring the situation and is ready to respond as needed.
Texas – A winter storm hit some parts of the state over the past few days.
The East Texas Piney Woods Chapter is supporting one open shelter and has four shelters on standby.
Connecticut – A winter storm dumped several inches of snow over much of the state causing power outages in many areas. The State Emergency Operations Center is open.
The Connecticut Chapter has identified a leadership team and volunteers are on standby. They are monitoring the situation and are ready to respond as needed.
Arizona – A winter storm and flooding affected several counties throughout the state and caused power outages to thousands of local residents on Saturday. Hundreds of residents evacuated from their homes. The Governor issued a State of Emergency for 10 counties. The Grand Canyon Chapter deployed a Disaster Action Team (DAT), opened 4 shelters and provided Mass Care (MC) for shelter residents.
South Dakota – A winter storm that affected many areas throughout the state caused power outages to thousands of residents on Friday and Saturday. The Black Hills Area Chapter deployed a DAT, opened a shelter, provided MC and bulk distribution for the affected-area residents. All other chapters stand ready to provide assistance as needed to affected-area residents.
Tennessee – High winds caused widespread power outages in Sullivan County on Wednesday. The ARC of Northeast Tennessee Chapter deployed a Disaster Action Team (DAT), opened a shelter, placed another on stand-by and provided Mass Care (MC) for shelter residents.
Vermont – Winter storms caused widespread power outages to thousands of homes throughout the state on Wednesday and prompted the evacuations of affected-area residents. The Northern Vermont Chapter, Green Mountain Chapter, and Central Vermont-New Hampshire Valley Chapter deployed DATs, opened a shelter, placed another on standby and provided Mass Care (MC) for shelter residents.
South Carolina – Rain and high winds damaged homes and knocked down trees that caused power outages to thousands of homes throughout Greenwood and Laurens County on Wednesday. Evacuations and injuries reported. The ARC of Upstate South Carolina deployed DAT, and provided disaster victims with individual assistance.
New Mexico – Winter storms caused widespread power outages in Cloudcroft and Alamogordo. Local Emergency Management (EM) opened shelter. The Southwestern New Mexico Chapter is supporting shelter with Mass Care (MC) items.
Winter Storms: From Georgia to New York A large winter storm with snow and winds blanketed the east coast and caused some power outages and poor road conditions.
Chapters along the east coast are in touch with local authorities to assess the need for shelters, warming centers, and food distribution.
Alabama – Several tornadoes touched down on Saturday and damaged several homes, turned over vehicles, and caused power outages and flooding throughout the south-central portion of the state. The affected areas were affected by snow storms on Sunday.
The chapters opened a warming site for affected area residents to warm up and eat snacks. They also provided mobile feeding, going door to door offering food to residents.
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