The town of Bangor has opened quite a lot of sheltering areas downtown forward of anticipated excessive winds and heavy rain.
Hurricane Lee, which can doubtless downgrade to a tropical storm by landfall, is predicted to carry anyplace from 3 to 4 inches of rainfall within the larger Bangor area. Wind gusts are anticipated to achieve round 45 mph within the area all through the day Saturday.
Metropolis crews might be energetic all through the day on Saturday to wash up particles, and Bangor is offering 5 sheltering areas for folks experiencing homelessness within the space.
Open by means of the weekend are; the Brick Church, situated at 125 Union St. might be open by means of 11 a.m. Sunday; the Bangor Space Homeless Shelter at 263 Primary St. will supply a warming middle from 6 p.m. Saturday to five:30 a.m. Sunday; the Hope Home at 179 Company Drive will present overflow spots on Friday and Saturday night time from 7 p.m. to eight p.m.; the Bangor Public Library at 145 Harlow St. might be open from 10 a.m. to five p.m. Saturday, supplied energy stays on; and the Mansion Church at 96 Middle St., which might be open from 8 a.m. to eight p.m. on Saturday.
If a basic, prolonged energy outage happens, Bangor’s Parks and Recreation Division will present non permanent shelter.
To report downed bushes or flooded drains in the course of the storm, contact Bangor’s public works division at 207-992-4500. The division will stay staffed across the clock, and the hearth division has known as in further employees, in line with Hearth Chief Tom Higgins.
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