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Temperatures are dropping, shelters are opening

Colder temperatures are expected for the state especially around South Mississippi. 

The Salvation Army and Harrison County will be opening doors and providing shelter for individuals as that happens. The temps could drop to the mid-30’s on Sunday and Monday nights.

The shelters will be offered in Gulfport and Pascagoula.

Gulfport: Open at 4 p.m. closed at 8 a.m. and located at 2019 22nd St.

Pascagoula: 317 Nathan Hale Ave.

The SunHerald reports the Pascagoula shelter is opened year round, however they will allow people to sleep inside due to the cool temps.

Upon arrival those wishing to stay will have to fill out a registration form but they are open to anyone in need.

Harrison county will have a shelter availible at the Kenny Fournier Multi-Purpose Center in D’Iberville. It opens at 4:30 pm.m and closes at 7 a.m. the next day.

For more information on the Salvation Army shelters call 207-2303 or visit

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