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>> Your Early Warning System for Dangerous Storms & Tornadoes
Get online and radio updates for your local weather forecasts
Whether online or over the radio - get immediate weather forecast information† With the possibility of upcoming troubling weather, dangerous storms or possible tornadoes in your local area coming this season, it's pertinent to have access to online weather forecasters with their wealth of information available. Of course, if you have quick access to a web browser ahead of time we would recommend staying tuned to the Weather Channel http://www.weather.com. The Weather Channel allows you the available city, zip or place on a map and see up to the hour details on current weather conditions. In addition, it has available 5-day, 10-day and monthly forecasts for your area including traffic details so that you can avoid problem areas if you happen to be traveling on the roads during bad weather. With current news updates, video highlights, photos, maps and more.†
If you do not have available Internet connection or smart-phone connection, we always recommend NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or the NWR (NOAA Weather Radio). The NWR is a nationwide network of radio stations that broadcast continuous weather information directly from the nearest National Weather Service office which includes all warnings, watches, forecasts and any other weather hazard information 24 hours a day and 7-days a week.
The NOAA works with the FCC (Federal Emergency Alert System) making it a single source for comprehensive weather and emergency information for local, state and federal situations. You can find the particular radio station frequency online by state and city in addition to finding out about any outages, blockages or issues of degraded services during a storm. It is best to have these radio local radio stations handy and written down in the event of a storm and if the Internet is unavailable, your information lifeline may be the NWR bringing you up to date information about storms and tornadoes in your area.†
Stay tuned early and on going during any news or upcoming storm forecast or warning. And remember to make your own plan for storm preparedness. Take a look at our recommended list as well.