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Be prepared for severe weather with emergency shelter information

The National Weather Service is Huntsville is warning residents of the Tennessee Valley of the potential threat of severe weather this afternoon through tomorrow morning. With the excessive amount of rain for most areas in Morgan County, the NWS said continuing flooding and mudslides are a concern.

In an effort to stay weather aware, see a list of emergency shelters in Morgan County below:

Danville Volunteer Fire Department
Two shelters, 98 capacity each
5798 Highway 36 W.
Danville, AL 35619

Punkin Center Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter, 98 capacity
116 Kirby Bridge Road
Danville, AL 35619

Neel Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter
70 Neel School Road
Danville, AL 35622

Massey Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter
386 Evergreen Road
Danville, AL 35622

Morgan County Courthouse
(Basement is opened when a tornado watch is issued)
302 Lee St. NE
Decatur, AL 35601

Priceville Town Hall
One shelter
242 Marco Drive
Decatur, AL 35603

Eva Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter
4238 Eva Road
Eva, Al 35621

Shorty Ryan Park
Two shelters, 98 capacity each
3824 Eva Road
Eva, AL 35621

Oak Ridge Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter
200 NW Simmons Road
Hartselle, AL 35640

Somerville VFD, Station 2
One shelter, 98 capacity
122 Perkins Wood Road
Hartselle, AL 35640

Hartselle High School
Three shelter areas (A-576, B-750, C-576 capacity)
1000 Bethel Road NE
Hartselle, AL 35640

Somerville Community Shelter
Cross Creek Subdivision
One shelter, 98 capacity
72 Cross Creek Loop
Somerville, AL 35670

Somerville Community Shelter
Located behind library
One shelter, 96 capacity
192 Broad St.
Somerville, AL 35670

Cotaco Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter, 150 capacity
6463 Highway 36 E.
Somerville, AL 35670

Trinity Town Hall
Two shelters, 98 capacity each
35 Preston Drive
Trinity, AL 35673

Brindlee Mountain Volunteer Fire Department
One shelter, 96 capacity
4373 U.S. Highway 231
Union Grove, AL 35175

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