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This week is Severe Weather Awareness Week in the State of Georgia. As a part of the Severe Weather Awareness Week activities the statewide Tornado Drills will Be held on Wednesday, February 4th. If, for any reason the drill needs to be postponed an updated Public Information Statement will be issued by the National Weather Service office in Jacksonville on Wednesday morning.
The Tornado Drill product will not be issued as an actual Tornado Warning nor will it trigger the Emergency Alert System (EAS). Instead the Tornado Drill will represent this week’s Routine Weekly Test (RWT) for both NOAA “All Hazards” Weather Transmitters.
The Tornado Drill/Routine Weekly Test for the State of Georgia will be held at 9:00 a.m. and will be transmitted on transmitters serving the State of Georgia.
The drill message will be transmitted as a Routine Weekly Test it must be understood that some NOAA Weather Radio receivers will not alarm for the Routine Weekly Test message. Therefore, if you do not actually hear the alarm tone you should assume the drill is being conducted on time and take the actions you would normally take for a Tornado Warning for your family, business, school, hospital ,nursing home, or facility.
There will be no concluding message for the drill. You should assume the drill will end at 9:30 a.m. in the state.
For important information as to what you should do, please read on.read more
As I’m entering this article, the rain is coming down outside like stair rods! Now if you don’t know the expression, I’m not that surprised, it comes from the North of England and basically means ‘Heavy!’
But all that aside, I know currently there’s a heavy storm warning at the moment but did you know it was going to be bad, or would you know if it’s likely to get worse. Well you would if you visited here and followed the link to the site we maintain with the help of the Ware County CERT offices.read more