MEMA releases updated Hurricane Delta damage report

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The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has released its updated preliminary damage report following Hurricane Delta’s impact on the state.

Delta made landfall near Creole, Louisiana as a Category 2 storm last Friday, and while it did weaken as it made its way across Mississippi, strong winds and heavy rain caused damage in the Magnolia State. 

Below, you’ll see the updated report from MEMA as of Tuesday morning.

*These numbers may change throughout the assessment process. 

  • Adams County:
    • Total Homes Impacted: 27
    • Total Businesses Impacted: 3
  • Claiborne County:
    • Total Homes Impacted: 7
    • Total Businesses Impacted: 1
    • Total Public Roads Impacted: 1
  • Copiah County:
    • Total Homes Impacted: 3
  • Jefferson County:
    • Total Homes Impacted: 2
  • Lincoln County:
    • Total Homes Impacted: 4
  • Wilkinson County:
    • Total Homes Impacted: 4
    • Total Public Roads Impacted: 14

Additionally, the National Weather Service confirmed an EF-0 tornado in Franklin County with maximum winds of 76 mph from Delta.

Residents can self-report damage to county emergency management agencies through MEMA’s self-reporting tool. Click here to view the self-report links for each county.

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