• Tulsa emergency operations ACTIVATED for potential storms, Stay weather aware with FOX23

    By: FOX23 Severe Weather Team

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    TULSA, Okla. - The Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency Emergency Operations Center is now ACTIVE in preparation for the threat of dangerous storms across Green Country on Monday. 

    The FOX23 Severe Weather team is closing monitoring conditions and keep everyone updated. 

    TAEMA officials told FOX23 they plan to be open for the next 36 hours to monitor the incoming storms.  They are urging the public to stay weather aware and calm.

    Governor Kevin Stitt is urging Oklahomans to be prepared for severe weather across the state.

     

    The State Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is activated and the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM) is in communication with city, county, tribal, and private sector emergency managers and other partners across the state. State agencies will have emergency management liaisons staffing the EOC through the day.

     

    OEM has brought in an advance team from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 6 to help facilitate the delivery of any federal resources that may be needed during the incident.

     

    FOX23 is doing everything to keep you alert as the storm conditions change.  

    DOWNLOAD the FOX23 News and Weather apps--- you can get them on your phone and Roku, Amazon and Apple devices to watch on streaming devices as we go into storm coverage. 

    FOLLOW FOX23 on Facebook--- any coverage will stream here as well to give everyone access to the information. 

    WATCH on FOX23 and FOX23.com--- we'll stream coverage from our FOX23 Severe Weather team on our desktop and mobile sites as well as on FOX23. 

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