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Ways to Get Weather Warnings

3/5/2019 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Ways to Get Weather Warnings Stay informed on weather in your area

Storm season is upon us. Do you know all the ways you can stay informed about inclement weather in your area? Here are some Ways to get Warnings and stay in the know.

Wireless Emergency Alerts

Emergency messages sent by the National Weather Service (NWS) and other agencies via your mobile carrier.

Your phone will receive the alters moments after being issued. Phones that are using cell towers in the alert zone will receive the WEA.

NOAA Weather Radio

A nationwide network of radio stations broadcasting continuous weather info from your local NWS office.

These battery-powered radios are a great source of weather warnings when the power is out and at night when you may be sleeping.

The Internet

Check weather.gov on a desktop or mobile.weather.gov on your mobile device.

Other ways to find warnings online include social media, other weather apps and local news sites.

Local TV and Radio

Local stations broadcast official warnings, plus forecasts and storm tracks from on-air meteorologists.

TV in particular is a great source of emergency info, since radar displays, maps, and other graphics can be shown.

Outdoor Sirens

Only designed to alert people who are outdoors.

Sirens are not intended to alert people who are in cars, homes, or other buildings.

Storm damage can happen, no matter how prepared you are. Call SERVPRO of Gurnee. We have the training, tools and team to help you. 847-557-1080

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