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Let's Be Thankful
2020 has been anything but a normal year. If there was something that could go wrong, it pretty much has. But we know that even in the midst of a dark year, there is still always something to be thankful for. Here at SERVPRO of Dothan we are thankful for the ability to help others when disaster strikes. It doesn’t matter if the damage is fire, storm, water, or biohazard SERVPRO of Dothan is always here to help. Our technicians are ready to respond to your property damage no matter the time of day or night.
One of the things that we as a company are always thankful for is you our community and the trust you place in us to help you make it "Like it never even happened." We have been proudly serving our community and are so grateful and thankful that we get to help lift some of the burdens of our community when property disaster strikes.
Call Us Today at 334-699-5961 and let us help!
Tropical Development Chances
Its that time of the Hurricane season where tropical storms are more likely to form and strengthen closer to our community. This potentially means a lot less warning and a lot less time to prepare.
The Weather Channel is watching a potential tropical storm area in the Caibbean right now and reporting a low potential for development in the next 5 days.
But the potential is there and the weather experts at NOAA are watching this one and looking closely for possible others since we still have 2 months of hurricane season to get through. And please remember, Hurricane Season might end on November 30th but Mother Nature doesn't always mind the calendar so storms after this date are possible to.
So double check your emergency plan and your emergency kits! (Don't forget to plan for your pets as well.)
SERVPRO of Dothan is hiring
SERVPRO of Dothan is looking for production technicians. If you have a clean driving record, can pass a drug screening, and have the overall drive to help people, come by our office and fill out an application. We will need a copy of your driver's license when you submit the application. We are looking for people who are dedicated and who will show our customers the care and compassion that they deserve.
Storms roll through the Wiregrass again.
Showers and thunderstorms gain better coverage Wednesday morning, though mainly stay below severe limits. At best we’ll see localized spots of heavy rain nearly 3 inches, but otherwise 1-2 inches more widespread. Though the front that is serving as the focal point for all our rain is stubborn to exit our area, it finally looks to move out near or after New Year’s Day. Eventually more seasonal winter air—at least for the Deep South—makes a return by the weekend.
TONIGHT – Isolated showers developing overnight, becoming more widespread by the morning. Low near 65°. Winds SSE at 5 mph.
TOMORROW – Scattered showers and thunderstorms, with heavier rain at times. High near 74°. Winds S at 5-10 mph.
TOMORROW NIGHT – Showers possible. Low near 58°. Winds N at 5 mph.
THU: Mostly cloudy, with isolated showers. High: 66° 50%
FRI: Mostly cloudy, with isolated showers. Low: 48° High: 56° 40%
SAT: Mostly cloudy, and turning cooler. Low: 40° High: 53° 10%
SUN: Partly sunny and cool. Low: 38° High: 54° 5%
MON: Mostly sunny and cool. Low: 36° High: 59° 5%
TUE: Mostly sunny and cool. Low: 40° High: 60° 5%