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Weather Alert Notification Services
Providing both county and storm-based weather watches and warnings, StormWatch and StormWatch+
are unparalleled in their flexibility and personalization. StormWatch delivers advance notification of severe and
winter weather via e-mail and Twitter. StormWatch+ takes it up a notch by distributing storm-based warnings
to registered users via smartphone apps. Details on both services follow. When seconds count... StormWatch
is watching over you!
Click here for more on StormWatch+ for smartphones
StormWatch provides county-based severe weather watches and warnings via e-mail and Twitter WHEN THEY ARE ISSUED
for the Memphis metro counties shown below. This service is free for Mid-Southerners!
You will receive watches, warnings, and advisories for the following phenomena within seconds of their issuance:
- Tornados and Severe Thunderstorms
- Floods and Flash Floods
- Winter Weather and Excessive Heat
Messages will originate from an @memphisweather.net e-mail address.
Be sure this address is not blocked by your spam filters. Your e-mail address will never be sold or
provided to any third parties without your express consent.
Get StormWatch alerts via Twitter!
These feeds are automated and post the alerts as soon as the NWS issues the warning.
Follow an account below for the county of your choice, then turn on mobile delivery to
receive the alerts on your phone when severe weather approaches!
Take Cover Shelters is proud to sponsor StormWatch Twitter alerts. Learn more about
Take Cover Shelters by clicking the banner.
Custom-tailored delivery of StormWatch alerts, including text messaging, bulk requests for
businesses, organizations, or government users, or custom geographical areas, is available with a competitive fee structure.
Contact us for more information or if you have
any questions or comments regarding the weather alerts service.
Delivery of weather alerts by e-mail, Twitter, or push notification
is not guarantee and is subject to many variables. Never base important decisions on this or any weather information obtained
from the Internet. All users of these services must agree to abide by the Terms
and Conditions of Use.