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Monday, May 5 2014 7:59 AM EDT2014-05-05 11:59:35 GMT
President Obama declared a major disaster in five Alabama countiesMore >>
President Obama declared a major disaster in Alabama, and Lee County along with Jefferson, Baldwin, Limestone and Mobile Counties will be receiving federal funding to increase recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms.More >>
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Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange, Montgomery County Commission Chairman Elton Dean and other city and county officials held a news conference Tuesday afternoon to address storm preparedness ahead of another round of potentially severe weather.
Officials announced that the City and County will close offices at 3 p.m. All evening events are also canceled.
The Montgomery Public School System already announced it's plan to dismiss students at 1 p.m.
Mayor Strange says he's been in contact with owners of the Montgomery Biscuits Baseball team and a decision has also been made to cancel tonight's game at Riverwalk Stadium.
Stay with the Doppler 12 StormVision team as they continue to monitor the situation.