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Weather warnings on the go!

Imagine this: You’re driving down the highway, humming along to your favorite tunes, when the cell phone stowed in your bag suddenly makes a strange noise. To investigate, you take the next exit and safely pull over to check the screen. Good thing you did: Your phone just alerted you to a tornado a few miles away in same county you’re driving through.

Sound plausible? It is. America’s wireless industry is helping to build a Weather-Ready Nation through a nationwide text emergency alert system, called Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), which will warn you when weather threatens.
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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ROLLS OUT EXPERIMENTAL

ADAPTIVE FORECAST PAGE

 

National Weather Service has rollout an experimental adaptive forecast page.  You are encourage to try it out and provide feed back to the National Weather Service.

 

 

 

REMEMBER: IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING…


facebookWILL COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FACEBOOK PAGE

Do you ‘LIKE’ us on Facebook? If not, you should check us out. For those of you who ‘LIKE’ us we’ve made some recent changes. LIKE us at ‘Will County Emergency Management Agency’ will provide you a great source of information before, during, and after an emergency.

In 2014 we welcome our new page ‘Will County Alerts’, we have moved our automated posts of severe weather advisories, watches, and warning from the National Weather Service for Will County to this page. Additionally other larger scale emergency information will begin to be posted on this page. LIKE us at ‘Will County Alerts’. Remember nothing replaces a NOAA Weather Radio; this is another tool for us to help provide emergency information to the public.