On Twitter, this tweet was one of a number on the first day:
|Storm Damage in Altus|
“Significant ice accumulations occurred in southwest Oklahoma aided by a meso-low pressure center, which formed in northwest Texas. This enhanced precipitation rates in southwest Oklahoma resulting in widespread 1 to 1.5 inches ice accumulations.”
+Federal Emergency Management Agency had received a signature from the +POTUS ㅤ and FEMA Region Six was continuing support for the City and County.
In the mean time, the +American Red Cross shelter remained open for warming, feeding, and sleeping as needed. Thanks to the +The Salvation Army USA for cooking the food for folks.
On January 31, progress was shown with this tweet.
Also, this week, seven years ago, a faith-based group from New Mexico brought a generator to the area. The Warren Community benefited from that device. Churches such as +First Baptist Church and +First Methodist Church joined other faith groups in sheltering and feedig their flocks while +Friendship Inn joined the feeding effort. The generator at the Emergency Operations Center failed. FEMA provided the device and the +National Guard provided the transportation for it.