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Dangerous Heat Persists in the Southern U.S.;

Heat advisories and Excessive Heat Warnings persist across the Southern Plains and the Lower Mississippi Valley. Conditions should slowly improve in these area by Thursday. Severe storms and localized areas of flash flooding may occur across parts of the mid Mississippi Valley and portions of the southern and central High Plains. Read More >

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When severe weather occurs, the routine broadcasting will be interrupted to provide the listener with frequent updates on severe weather warnings or statements for your area. When a severe weather warning is issued and you are within 40 miles of the transmitter, a weather tone will alert on specially built receivers, with warning and safety information following directly after the tone. With the new Specific Area Message Encoder (SAME) weather radios, you can program your weather radio to only receive warnings for the county you program into the radio.

 

 

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