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This is DuPont Orange on FM 1006 with a courtesy message to nearby residents and businesses. Every Monday in July we are conducting routine Emergency Responder Training at our DERA facility on Irving street. These operations, which are necessary to keep our emergency response teams adequately trained, may result in the practice landing of the Air Rescue Helicopter. Orange Fire Department may also participate in preparing the Landing Zone. If this were an actual emergency, we would provide appropriate information on www.thestan.com and through the First Call communication system.

7:37am

July

21

This is DuPont Orange on FM 1006 with a courtesy message to nearby residents and businesses. Every Monday in July we are conducting routine Emergency Responder Training at our DERA facility on Irving street. These operations, which are necessary to keep our emergency response teams adequately trained, may result in the practice landing of the Air Rescue Helicopter. Orange Fire Department may also participate in preparing the Landing Zone. If this were an actual emergency, we would provide appropriate information on www.thestan.com and through the First Call communication system.

10:50am

July

20

Traffic Conditions

FM787 in Cleveland is now open.

Posted: 19 Jul ago

Cleveland: FM787 from Bus105 for approximately 2 miles is closed due to a down electrical line. Estimated to be open in 2 hours.

Posted: 19 Jul ago

Flash Flood Warning for Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton and Orange County in TX until 3:15pm Friday. bit.ly/NRKuTW

Posted: 18 Jul ago

@JanieBeth325 Water seems to be receding, but please still use caution. Do not drive into standing water.

Posted: 18 Jul ago

@MRSBRISBANE some areas still have standing water but it's receding quickly

Posted: 18 Jul ago

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

SE Texas Weather

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Mostly Cloudy

Temperature

87.5℉

Feels like 103℉

Tropical Depression Two - North Atlantic

Updated: 5pm EDT Mon Jul 21 2014
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Wind: 34 MPH | Location: 11.6N 43.8W | Movement: W

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