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Your Local Weather Radar | Live Doppler Radar

  The National Weather Service (NWS) operates a network of 154 Dopplar Radar sites across the United States, commonly called NEXRAD for Next-Generation Radar. These weather radars provide a view inside a storm where its behavior…

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2012 Atlantic Hurricane Names | 2012 Atlantic 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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Why am I receiving duplicate severe thunderstorm warnings and tornado warnings?

The simple answer is, you're not receiving duplicate alerts.  Let me explain.... The official source of severe thunderstorm warnings and tornado warnings is the National Weather Service (NWS) and is the source used by iAlert.com.  There…

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What type of alerts can I receive with iAlert.com?

iAlert.com proudly supports "All Hazard" alerts from severe thunderstorm, tornado warnings, and civil emergency messages as issued by federal, state, and local authorities. Learn how you can receive any or all of these alerts by text…

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What is the difference between a Weather Watch, Warning, and Advisory?

WATCH A watch is issued when the risk of hazardous weather has increased significantly, but its occurrence, location, or timing is still uncertain.? A watch is intended to provide lead time to prepare for the potential…

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What mobile phone carriers does iAlert support to receive all hazard text alerts?

iAlert.com provides two options to receive local hazardous alerts such as severe thunderstorm warnings, tornado warnings, civil emergency messages, and more.....by email and/or by SMS text message to your mobile phone. ?As of January 2015 All…

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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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