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iAlert.com becomes a Brave verified publisher

iAlert Services LLC (iAlert.com), a media company based in Rockville MD, has become the latest major media outlet to become a Brave verified publisher. The brave browser allows users to give tips and recurring contributions in Basic Attention Token through the Brave Browser’s … Read More…

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Hurricane Webinar for Grades 4,5,6

National Hurricane Center: Hurricane Webinar 2019 A free webinar on hurricanes will be offered for grades 4, 5, and 6 on Monday May 6, 2019 at 10am EDT and Thursday May 9, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. EDT (9am CDT). The Monday May 6 … Read More…

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Upper Midwest Snow & Severe Weather in the East for April 26-27

A very complex weather for the upper midwest and along the eastern shore states is forecast to bring snow for portions of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa and severe thunderstorms and tornadoes for Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and North Carolina. Regional forecast information is … Read More…

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North Carolina Severe Weather outbreak April 19, 2019

Much of the North Carolina Coastal Plains was impacted by heavy rain, severe thunderstorms, and tornadoes on Friday April 19, 2019. This storm event prompted the National Weather Service (NWS) to issue 12 flood warnings, 76 severe thunderstorm warnings, and 51 tornado warnings. … Read More…

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Moderate Risk of Severe Storms for Carolina Coastal Plains and Southern Virginia

Severe thunderstorms with considerable potential for producing damaging wind gusts and a few tornadoes are expected across much of the southern through mid Atlantic Coast region, particularly across the Carolinas into southern Virginia late this afternoon and evening. Large-scale upper trough amplification is … Read More…

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Storms Leave a Trail of Destruction Across Alabama

Severe storms leave a trail of destruction across Alabama Thursday April 19 2019.? Trees were toppled, power lines down, cars, homes businesses damaged.? Here are some images from the event. Storm damage in Aliceville Photos from Tammy Gibson pic.twitter.com/clpW9CwOK2 ? James Spann (@spann) … Read More…

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2019 Spring Outlook: Historic, widespread flooding to continue through May

[Source: NOAA] This winter has brought above to much above normal precipitation to much of the United States. Several portions of the country received accumulated precipitation exceeding 200% of average to date. Heavy rainfall mid-February through mid-March brought flooding across much of the … Read More…

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Hazardous Weather Fatality Statistics for 2017

2017 was another deadly year across the U.S. from weather related hazards with 477 people losing their lives from flooding, lightning, tornadoes, hurricanes, heat, winter weather, wind, and rips currents. Although this is slightly better than the 10-year 505 average it is more … Read More…

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iAlert Weather Services For Business

Workplace safety and business continuity is important to every business & organization, yet most companies do not properly plan for threatening weather that disrupts business effectiveness and employee safety. Learn more at iAlert.com  

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