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How To Get Severe Weather Text Alerts to Mobile Phone

Government officials across the country issue local homeland security alerts on a regular basis to inform and protect the people of United States. Yes, that's right, on any given day there are thousands of hazardous weather…

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2011 Hurricane Names | 2011 National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Reports

Hurricanes are named alphabetically from a predetermined list beginning the letter "A" through "W", excluding names that begin with "Q" or "U." A storm is first named by the National Hurricane Center when the system becomes…

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2010 Hurricane Names | 2010 National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Reports

Hurricanes are named alphabetically from a predetermined list beginning the letter "A" through "W", excluding names that begin with "Q" or "U." A storm is first named by the National Hurricane Center when the system becomes…

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Criteria for a flood warning and flash flood warning

The National Weather Service (NWS) is the official U.S. government agency charged with issuing weather watches, warnings, and advisories and is the source used by iAlert.com. Below is the criteria for a flooding used by NWS…

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Criteria for a Severe Thunderstorm Warning

The National Weather Service (NWS) is the official U.S. government agency charged with issuing weather watches, warnings, and advisories and is the source used by iAlert.com. Below is the criteria for a severe thunderstorm used by…

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Criteria For a Tornado Warning

The National Weather Service (NWS) is the official U.S. government agency charged with issuing severe weather watches, warnings, and advisories and is the source used by iAlert.com. When the NWS issues a "Tornado Warning" their decision…

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September 2010 National Preparedness Month | Emergency Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and is the right time for you to take simple steps to prepare for an emergency in the home, at work, or in the community.  Do you have a Emergency…

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What is the Fujita tornado damage scale or fujita scale?

The Fujita Tornado Damage Scale (F-Scale) was developed by University of Chicago Professor Dr. T. Theodore Fujita in 1971 to estimate tornado strength based on damage of homes hit by tornados. On February 1, 2007 the…

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2009 Hurricane Names | 2009 National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Reports

Hurricanes are named alphabetically from a predetermined list beginning the letter "A" through "W", excluding names that begin with "Q" or "U." A storm is first named by the National Hurricane Center when the system becomes…

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