[Ncame-students] FW: [M.E. Faculty] FW: [AU Weather Brief] Severe Weather Briefing - Possible Severe Weather SUNDAY

Amanda Hanks aah0007 at auburn.edu
Fri Apr 10 14:30:01 CDT 2020

Please see the severe weather briefing for possible severe weather on SUNDAY afternoon into the early hours of Monday morning.
This storm has many concerned so please pay attention to it.
Have a plan to seek shelter should the weather turn severe or if a tornado warning is issued.
Stay safe!

Friday April 10, 2020 - 10:30 a.m. CT

Auburn University,

The National Weather service has indicated that there is an enhanced risk of severe weather for the Auburn area on Sunday afternoon into the early hours of Monday morning.  These storms could produce strong tornadoes, damaging winds up to 70 mph and quarter size hail.

Forecast:         Severe storms could be possible for the Auburn area.

Timing:            Sunday between 1:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. CT on Monday morning.

                          Isolated storms could begin as early as 1pm CT but the most significant storms are expected on

                         Sunday evening into the overnight hours and leaving in the early morning hours of Monday.

Main threats:   Strong tornadoes, damaging winds up to 70 mph and quarter size hail possible.

Please stay abreast of weather conditions and plan accordingly. We will continue to monitor the weather and issue updates as needed. Auburn University Campus Safety & Security will be in regular contact with the Lee County Emergency Management Agency and the National Weather Service to receive updates.

If a TORNADO WATCH is issued, Greene Hall and Draughon Library will be opened for the duration of the TORNADO WATCH for those who do not have a more suitable place to seek shelter.  We will have precautions in place to help ensure social distancing due to COVID-19.  AU ALERT will be activated only if a TORNADO WARNING is issued.

The safety of all students, employees and visitors of Auburn University is our highest priority. Please keep informed of the approaching weather and do not wait until a warning is issued to start preparations.

Up-to-date weather information, including a multi-media briefing: http://www.weather.gov/bmx/mmbrief Guidelines for severe weather: www.auburn.edu/emergency<http://www.auburn.edu/emergency>      Twitter updates: FOLLOW AuburnU To report severe weather, contact the National Weather Service at (800) 856-0758.

To report damage due to severe weather, contact Facilities at (334) 844-4357.

AU Campus Safety & Security - (334) 750-9795 (on-call 24/7)

Chance Corbett                                                                             Susan McCallister

(334) 844-4808 or (334) 750-1839 (cell)                                                                              (334) 844-4876 or (334) 703-7255 (cell)

Chance D. Corbett, CEM(r)
Emergency Manager
Associate Director, Emergency Management
Auburn University Department of Campus Safety & Security
543 West Magnolia Ave. | Auburn, AL 36849
Office: (334) 844-4808 | Fax: (334) 844-2081
Email: cdc0009 at auburn.edu<mailto:cdc0009 at auburn.edu>

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