NH says he’s in communication with cities, cities of Henry

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The state says it is in constant communication with cities, cities as Henri approaches



THE OFFICIALS MAKE BRACEOR F HENRI. >> HELLO, ERIN. RIGHT NOW I PETERBOROUGH, IT’S A PCEFUL AEA SCENE. PLUS TT, WE HAD PERIODS OF RAIN. NOW, NEW HAMPSHIRE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND HOMELAND SECURITY OFFICERS ARE WAITING, PREPARING FOR HENRI’S IMPACT WHEN HE ARRIVES HERE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. TOP OF THE LIST OF THEIR CONCERNS, FLOODS AND POWER OUTAGES, I EXPECTED TO PUT A SERIOUS POINT OF VIEW IN AREAS THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN HARDLY AFFECTED THIS MORNING. NOW, EMERGCYEN MANAGERS ARE URGING GRANITE STATE ER TO PREPARE FOR MORE TT. FLASHLIGHT AND BATTERIES AND IGNITION OF GENERATORS AND SUMP PUMPS IF NECESSARY. >> WHETHER DIRECT OR INDIRECT, THERE WILL BE HEAVY RAIN AND WE WANT TO BE PREPARED. SOF I WE CONTINUE ON TUESDAY, STARTING MONDAY, BUT WE NEED TO BE PREPARED SO THAT IT COULD UNTIL TUESDAY. >> NOW, THE DEPARTMENT IS INFORMING THE NEWS 9 THAT IT IS IN CONSTANT CONTACT WITH THE COMMUNITIES TO ENSURE THEY HAVE THE NECESSARY RESOURCES TO APPROACH THE STORMS. AND THEN DURING OUR NEXT HALF HOUR WLLE ‘TO HEAR FROM THE PETERBOROUGH FIRE CHIEF WHAT HIS CONCERN FOR AREAHA TT IS ALREADY SATURATED BY PREVIOUS THUNDERSTORMS OF THE LAST AND PRIOR MONTH

The state says it is in constant communication with cities, cities as Henri approaches

VIDEO: New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management officials are on hold awaiting Henry’s arrival in Granite State.

VIDEO: New Hampshire homeland security and emergency management officials are on hold pending Henry’s arrival in Granite State.


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