Current Weather

Wireless Emergency Alerts

Wireless emergency alerts are notifications sent to cell phones directly from the federal government and other authorized emergency management officials. They appear similar to a text message, but have their own unique sound and vibration and are free (not charged as a text message). In June 2012, the National Weather Service began issuing weather warnings via wireless emergency alert. This means that, if you have a cell phone and carrier that supports these alerts, you will receive weather warnings automatically. Below are images showing how these alerts may appear.

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Auburn (Lee County, AL)

Off-Campus Locations

Auburn Montgomery (Montgomery County, AL)

Rural Studio (Hale County, AL)

ALABAMA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
E. V. Smith Research Center – Shorter (Macon County, AL)

Tennessee Valley Research & Extension Center – Belle Mina (Limestone County, AL)

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Last Updated: Jan. 13, 2015

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