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Our Labor Day started off with some extremely small pockets of rain for the coast this morning. Most areas should see a rain-free day, with a 30% coverage of showers in our forecast. Highs today will reach the lower 90's. More moisture leads to increased rain coverage for Tuesday. A 50% coverage of showers returns for Tuesday. Highs will ...
Non-school closures and changes due to approaching weather
Due to the weather conditions tomorrow, Tuesday, January 28th, the City of Orange EDC Meeting and City Council Meeting will be rescheduled.
The meetings will be held, Thursday, January 30th. The EDC meeting will be at 5 p.m. and the council meeting will be at 5:30 p.m.
The Hardin County courthouse will be closed tomorrow due to weather conditions.
Jefferson County Commissioners vote to close courthouse Tuesday due to weather.
The Greater Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce has postponed the 114th Annual Banquet due to inclement weather. They will have the banquet set at a date in the near future.
All Cameron Parish Government offices will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Jefferson County Commissioners approved the closure of all County Offices for Tuesday January 28th and a decision for Wednesday will be made sometime on Tuesday.
Orange County Judge, Carl Thibodeaux, is advising that all Orange County offices will be closed on Tuesday, January 28, 2014
The City of Bevil Oaks will be closed tomorrow.
Nutrition and Senior Services will be closed on Tuesday January 28.
Workforce Solutions Beaumont, Port Arthur and Orange Centers will be closed on Tuesday and will re-open Wednesday at 1p.m.
The City of Kountze will be closed tomorrow.
City management has declared a City closure for Tuesday, January 28, 2014. All city offices will be closed for standard business. This includes city hall and municipal court. Due dates will be extended.
Tyler County offices will be closed on Tuesday to all non-essential services. Citizens may contact the Tyler County Sheriff's Department at (409)-283-2172 with any emergency questions they may have.