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Weather Warning Systems - Weather Awareness

About Alabama SAF-T-Net

Mobile Weather Alerting Service

Available at no cost to all residents of the state, Alabama SAF-T-Net notifies those in the path of dangerous weather through mobile apps, text messaging, email or voice calls. You choose up to four customizable locations, like home, work or your kids’ schools. The Alabama SAF-T-Net app is also great for daily weather, with current conditions, forecasts, a radar map and more.

Alerts include:

    NWS Tornado Warnings

    NWS Severe Thunderstorm Warnings

    Baron-exclusive Twisting Storm Alerts

    Baron-exclusive Dangerous Storm Alerts

    And more

Patented technology means Alabama SAF-T-Net only sends you weather alerts when it matters–if you're not affected, you're not alerted. Download the free iPhone or Android app today. If you don't have a smart phone, you can also sign up for free text message, email and voice alerts.

FREE Sign up or Get the App Here

Weather Radio by WDT


Weather Decision Technologies, Inc. Weather

$4.99 annual subscription

Weather Radio (from the same company that brought your RadarScope) enables you to receive critical alerts via voice and push notification regarding life-threatening weather events. Your iPhone will “wake up” with alerts and also track your location to warn you wherever you go. Listen to local weather forecasts while you are on the move. Enjoy the power of a NOAA Weather Radio, with all the convenience and precision of a smart phone.

Weather Radio is an entirely revamped app, formerly known as iMap Weather Radio. WDT has made significant improvements to the app based on your reviews, feedback, and support inquiries. We appreciate your involvement!

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Stay weather aware. Be prepared.

   Have multiple reliable ways to be notified of severe weather and how it will effect your area. Have a plan.

    Being weather aware and monitoring a local weather source is best practice, but is not always possible. If you can not monitor weather conditions have a NOAA weather radio in your home or business. Apps are also available for your smart phone. We  have listed two apps below that work well for our area.

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