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Gov. Ivey declares State of Emergency due to severe weather threats

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Gov. Kay Ivey has declared a state of emergency in response to the threat of severe weather on Wednesday.

The National Weather Service predicts there is potential for strong winds, flooding, hail and tornadoes throughout the state.

Ivey's proclamation activates the Alabama Emergency Operations Plan and the Alabama Emergency Management Agency State Emergency Operations Shelter.

Read the full proclamation below.

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