While the ARES Standby notice will expire at 1800 today, ARES members are asked to step up and help support local recovery efforts.
While we are beginning to emerge from the deep freeze, ARES members are asked to remain on standby given current infrastructure issues throughout the Section.
Over the next 24 hours, focus will shift to recovery. ARES members are asked to please assist your local community any way you can.
ARES members asked to remain on standby as an additional round of Winter Storm Warnings are in effect.
ARES members asked to remain on standby, be prepared for rotating power outages based on ERCOT requirements, and prepare for more inbound winter weather.
ARES members asked to remain on standby as the the ENTIRE State of Texas is under a WINTER STORM WARNING.
ARES members are asked to remain on standby during the cold weather event.
PRIORITY HANDLING *** PLEASE DISTRIBUTE TO ALL ARES MEMBERS *** EFFECTIVE 1800 12 FEB 2021 – 1800 19 FEB 2021 The National Weather Service has forecasted significant Winter Weather for […]
Teams are asked to stand by for potential callout related to severe flooding and other impact from winter weather.
SECTION STATUS:NORMAL READINESS Hurricane Delta is continuing to move towards Louisiana with landfall expected within the next 36 hours. At this time, I do not anticipate change is status of […]