is due to stay on the east coast and make a longer stay. Predictors predict that Florence will become category 5 before landing on land. If you live on the Atlantic Ocean, you must be aware of the latest weather warnings.
The National Weather Service (NWS) provides automatic weather alerts and warnings via radio and television, but does not send e-mail or SMS alerts. This can be a problem if you are not evacuated and you are hunked with nothing but a phone.
Here are three ways to be sure that you have weather alerts as soon as they happen, no matter where you are. (And.)
This is the app I personally use. When a warning or warning appears, the app sends a notification to your phone. The notification is loud and annoying, so it wakes you when you fall asleep. I also like all the goodies that the app offers, such as real-time maps, pollen counts and news. It's available for free from the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store.
Check the Google Crisis Card
The Google Crisis Card tracks storms and maps the predicted path so you know if the storm is spinning or changing for you. You can also see storms that continue to be at sea to prepare for it.
You can send weather alerts to your phone via SMS. Text WEATHER to 38470 and receive free text with the latest information from the National Weather Service.
Pacific Disaster Center Disaster Alert
This app sends weather and disaster alerts (natural or artificial) to any device. It also provides maps with detailed information about the security of an area. For example, you can see if an area is flooded or has biomedical hazards. It is available for iOS or Android.
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