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This is another tornado siren that was recorded and then moded by SoundBible.com its your typical early warning alert system for tornados sounds like air raid siren. The preview above is just 40 seconds but the zip file is 15 minutes long, and the wav file is 5 minutes (50 MB) .Download the mp3 push play turn up the speakers and walk out of the room and see what happens :)
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As of 1 p.m. Wednesday, just before tornado warnings expired, the We Energies Outage Map showed more than 20,000 outages in southeast Wisconsin. In Waukesha County, a power outage forced the cancelation of a 400-person fundraiser. We Energies responded to a tree down on a power line near Lake Drive and Lacy's Lane.
We use social media outlets, in particular Facebook and Twitter, to provide you with real-time updates. Follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page so you can stay connected. You can also follow our posts by clicking the Facebook or Twitter icon from the Sandy Springs Works mobile app (a free download from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store). The Sandy Springs Works app also provides one-click access to the Road Works Advisory page and the City's traffic cameras. The Sandy Springs Police Department also shares information on its Facebook and Twitter pages, and Sandy Springs Fire Department has a Facebook page.
Others will activate sirens countywide for tornado warnings and all severe thunderstorm warnings. Some will activate sirens across the entire county for tornado warnings and severe thunderstorms that have winds of at least 70 or 75 mph. Others will activate sirens only for portions of counties. Local officials may also sound the sirens anytime they believe severe weather is a threat, even if there is no warning from the National Weather Service.
The drill traditionally occurs on Thursday afternoon at 1:45 p.m., when jurisdictions across Minnesota sound their outdoor warning sirens. Schools, businesses and other facilities are encouraged to conduct a tornado drill at this time to practice their tornado sheltering plans.
Citizens can also download the Hyper-Reach Anywhere app on their smartphone. Hyper-Reach Anywhere is a free smartphone app that allows individual citizens to manage and monitor the alerts they receive, both for their home and office addresses and for other addresses they care about such as those of elderly relatives or friends.
Register for emergency alerts through email, text message, voice call, or mobile app push notification. You may download the Everbridge app free of charge from the Apple or Android app store. Most alerts are geo-targeted; subscribers with loved ones around the city may register up to five physical addresses per contact record.
Tornadoes are dangerous and can be deadly. Stay safe by recognizing conditions that may develop into a tornado. Learn about tornado watches and warnings, NOAA weather radios, safe and unsafe locations during tornadoes, fun things your kids can do to get ready, and ways to protect you and your family.
Most people become aware of tornado danger through watches and warnings issued by the NWS. Stay alert to weather forecasts for information about potential severe weather. Weather bulletins and sky conditions will indicate an approaching storm. Listen to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio, local television station, or radio station for weather information. You can also sign up from several sources to receive severe weather alerts on your cell phone or mobile device.
A tornado watch means that conditions are favorable for the development of tornadoes in your area. Be alert to approaching storms when your area is under a tornado watch. Watches are usually issued for 4 to 8 hours. A tornado warning means that a tornado has been sighted by storm spotters or indicated by weather radar. A warning can be issued without a tornado watch being in effect. Warnings are usually issued for about 30 minutes. If you are in the path of the storm, immediately go to your safe location.
5. Install a safe room. The best option for protecting your family or employees is to install a safe room. A safe room is a protective space built to withstand high winds and flying debris, even if the rest of the building is severely damaged or destroyed. Consider building a safe room in the basement, in an interior room on the first floor, or in the garage (an at-grade or above-grade safe room should have a concrete slab foundation or one that is engineered for this purpose). A safe room should meet or exceed the ICC-500 Storm Shelter Standard. Taking Shelter from the Storm: Building a Safe Room for Your Home or Small Business is a FEMA publication (P-320) with construction plans and cost estimates. It is a free download from the FEMA library as is Design and Construction Guidance for Community Safe Rooms (P-361).
Connecticut residents with mobile smartphones, Apple and Android devices, can download the CTPrepares App., to access emergency information and alerts, free of charge, during an emergency event. Services on the mobile application include creating an interactive emergency kit, developing a customized family communication plan, connect with utility companies, check weather reports, and have access to emergency preparation guides, so to be more informed during emergencies. Visit the CT.Gov Website: Emergency Management site at the following for more details and to sign up: -Preparedness/
Damage paths can be in excess of one mile wide and 50 miles long. Every state is at some risk from this hazard. Some tornadoes are clearly visible, while rain or nearby low-hanging clouds obscure others. Occasionally, tornadoes develop so rapidly that little, if any, advance warning is possible. Before a tornado hits, the wind may die down and the air may become very still. A cloud of debris can mark the location of a tornado even if a funnel is not visible. Tornadoes generally occur near the trailing edge of a thunderstorm. It is not uncommon to see clear, sunlit skies behind a tornado.
If you have a smart phone, download the free Arlington Prepares app. There is information about how to prepare, how to respond to specific emergencies and you may download your own personal and contact information. To get started, go to www.arlingtonva.us/oem.