This is an example of a Tornado Warning text message alert:
weatherUSA Alerts is a real-time weather alert service that sends out weather warnings, watches, tropical alerts, and other advisories as soon as they are issued by federal agencies including the National Weather Service. Alerts are sent to subscribers in the warned areas to a mobile device via text messages (SMS) or by e-mail. Premium users can also receive alerts via voice (phone) call.
You can select warnings to receive based on county or state for local weather warnings; national advisories such as tropical storm and hurricane advisories are also available. For text messaging, you can even select a "quiet time" when you do not want to receive notifications. At the moment, our service provides alerts for any location in the United States.
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|Text messages||1 device||2 devices|
|1 address||4 addresses|
|Phone (voice call) alerts||None||1 number|
|Set "quiet times" for alerts|
|Choose alerts to receive|
|Daily Forecast text|
Please sign up for an account. This account will also allow you to save settings on weatherUSA. Our basic service is free.
Please login to your account. You will be taken to the Weather Alerts setup page.
Do not rely solely on this system for the protection of life or property! Some alerts may be delayed or missed because of issues on mobile networks or e-mail systems. A weather radio or local news affiliates should also be monitored for weather warnings.
Stop text messages
To stop receiving text messages, simply reply to the weather alert message with the word "STOP". You will no longer receive text message alerts within 24 hours (usually within 15 minutes).