What is the Weather Aware/Weather Alert System?

What does it mean when the WIAT 42 Storm Track Meteorologists declare a Weather Aware day?

StormTrack_WeatherAware_LogoWeather Aware is designed to make you aware of the risk of in climate weather for parts of the area. While this is not the most extreme of alerts, it will serve to keep you aware of the possibility of storms or extremes in weather for Central Alabama.

A Weather Aware Day would be declared when there is marginally impending weather to affect our area.

  • Lightning Threat
  • Temp Extremes Heat-Cold
  • Hail up to quarter to one-half inch
  • Isolated flash flooding
  • Isolated strong to severe storms in the viewing area

What does it mean when the WIAT 42 Storm Track Meteorologists declare a Weather Alert day?

StormTrack_WeatherAlert_LogoWeather Alert is designed to make the you aware of the risk of impending SEVERE weather for parts or all of the area. This is the highest of alerts we will use on a regular basis to keep you aware of the likelihood of dangerous storms or extremes in weather for Central Alabama.

A Weather Alert Day would be used when there is impending weather that affect our area

  • Severe Weather
  • Tornado Threat
  • Winter Weather
  • Dangerous Heat and Cold
  • Lightning and Large Hail
  • Damaging Straight line winds

And don’t forget to download the WIAT 42 Weather App:

Download the new WIAT 42 weather app to get everything you need to know about your weather! It’s easy to use and features real time radar, current weather conditions, forecasts set to your home and favorite locations, and more!

And because your safety is important, you’ll know when severe weather is approaching.

The only weather app you need for vital, local weather information 24/7.

Download it today for free for your smart phone or tablet.

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