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FEMA Region v Morning Brief 10-26-2011

FEMA Region v Morning Brief 10-26-2011

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FEMA REGION V MORNING BRIEF

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Presenter’s Name

June 17, 2003 1 FEMA Region V HSIN Portal

Overnight Summary
October 25-26, 2011
Weather • Storm Reports
- Nothing significant to report.

• Precipitation
- Michigan: Up to 2½ inches.

• Impacts
- Nothing significant to report.

Presenter’s Name

June 17, 2003
Source: NWS Daily Precipitation

2003 .White Team: On Call • RV Liaison Officers: .Secondary: Todd Lawson .Tertiary: Cornelius Miller • RV Fire Duty Liaison Officer: Fred Kaehler Presenter’s Name June 17.Primary: William Pillai .IMAT Team Status • RV IMAT Status: GREEN .

Day Watch: 0600-1800 CDT / Night Watch: 1800-0600 CDT • Illinois SEOC: • Indiana SEOC: • Michigan SEOC: • Minnesota SEOC: • Ohio SEOC: • Wisconsin SEOC: Normal Operations Normal Operations Normal Operations Normal Operations Normal Operations Normal Operations No Current Alerts Presenter’s Name June 17.gov .RRCC/State EOC Status • Region V RWC: Watch/Steady State (24/7 Operations) . 2003 .Region V Watch: 312-408-5498/5365 / FEMA-R5-Watch@FEMA.

Region V Nuclear Facilities • Illinois: • Indiana: • Michigan: Nothing Significant To Report Nothing Significant To Report Nothing Significant To Report • Minnesota: Nothing Significant To Report • Ohio: Nothing Significant To Report • Wisconsin: Nothing Significant To Report Presenter’s Name June 17. 2003 .

Indiana.National Weather Forecast Region V: • Light rain or snow showers across northeastern Minnesota. • Isolated showers across Wisconsin. 2003 Source: NWS National Forecast Charts . no significant precipitation expected. and Ohio. Presenter’s Name June 17. Illinois.

Active Watches/Warnings Presenter’s Name Region V June 17. 2003 Source: NWS National Weather Hazards .

2003 Source: NWS Climate Prediction Center .3-7 Day Hazard Outlook Presenter’s Name June 17.

1 Day Severe Weather Outlook Convective Outlook Tornado Outlook Less Than 2% All Areas Wind Outlook Hail Outlook Presenter’s Name June 17. 2003 9 Source: NWS Hydrometeorological Prediction Center .

2003 10 Source: NWS Hydrometeorological Prediction Center .2 Day Severe Weather Outlook Presenter’s Name June 17.

Paul. IL Presenter’s Name June 17.5-Day Forecast (1/2) St. 2003 . WI Chicago. IL Springfield. MN Milwaukee.

5-Day Forecast (2/2) Indianapolis. 2003 . MI Presenter’s Name June 17. OH Lansing. IN Columbus. MI Detroit.

2003 Source: NWS Hydrometeorological Prediction Center .24 Hour Precipitation Forecast Presenter’s Name Region V June 17.

1-3 Day Precipitation Forecast Presenter’s Name Region V June 17. 2003 Source: NWS Hydrometeorological Prediction Center .

1-5 Day Precipitation Forecast Presenter’s Name Region V June 17. 2003 Source: NWS Hydrometeorological Prediction Center .

River Flood Outlook Presenter’s Name June 17. 2003 .

2003 17 Source: USGS .Seismic Activity Presenter’s Name June 17.

2003 Source: National Predictive Services Program .Significant Fire Potential Presenter’s Name June 17.

Moving at 5 mph 10% Chance of Tropical Cyclone Formation Presenter’s Name June 17. 2003 .Tropical Cyclone Activity Hurricane RINA (Category 2) Max Sustained Winds: 110 mph.

Tropical Cyclone Activity Forecast Models Presenter’s Name June 17. 2003 Source: National Hurricane Center (via Stormpulse) .

Mostly quiet conditions are expected on day two (27 October). Presenter’s Name June 17. Geophysical Activity Forecast: The geomagnetic field is expected to be at quiet to unsettled levels. with isolated active periods on day one (26 October). Minor Other systems: migratory animals are affected at this and higher levels. aurora is commonly visible at high latitudes (northern Michigan and Maine)**. quiet to unsettled levels are expected due to effects from a recurrent coronal hole high speed stream.Space Weather Forecast NOAA Scale Geomagnetic: Solar Radiation: Radio Outages: Past 24 hrs G1 None None Current None None None G1 Power systems: weak power grid fluctuations can occur.28 October). Spacecraft operations: minor impact on satellite operations possible. 2003 Source: NWS Space Weather Prediction Center . Solar Activity Forecast: Solar activity is expected to be low with a slight chance for M-class activity all three days (26 . By day three (28 October). due to lingering effects from the CME that impacted Earth on 24 October.

Training in 2011 • October 25-27: State Hazard Mitigation Officers (SHMOs) Meeting. Great Lakes Naval Station. IL • November 1: FEMA Region V Regional Interagency Steering Committee (RISC) Meeting. IL • January 12: IND Private Sector Summit. 2003 . Chicago. Argonne National Laboratory. IL Presenter’s Name This Week June 17.

Springfield. DC Presenter’s Name This Week June 17. 2012: Improvised Nuclear Device Tabletop Exercise. Washington. IL • November 1-4: Clinton Nuclear Power Plant. Washington.Exercise Events in 2011 • October 27: NLE 2012 National Cyber Security Awareness Seminar. DC • Feb 15. Chicago. Washington. Washington. Chicago. IL • March 7-8. Reed Township. 2012: Braidwood Nuclear Power Plant Exercise. Carterville. 2012: NLE 2012 Final Planning Conference. IL • November 9: National Emergency Alerting System Test • November 10: Improvised Nuclear Device Private Sector Summit. Clinton. IL • March 7. 2012: NLE 2012 National Tabletop Exercise. DC • November 1: IL State Level Exercise (SLE) Final Planning Conference (FPC). IL • November 15-18: Illinois State Level Exercise (Catastrophic Earthquake). IL • December 7-8: NLE 2012 Mid Term Planning Conference. DC • March 28-29. 2003 .

protect against. sustain. recover from.FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build. and improve our capability to prepare for. respond to. and mitigate all hazards. Presenter’s Name June 17. 2003 .

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