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  • 3 Easy Steps to Being Tornado Ready

    3 Easy Steps to Being Tornado Ready

    But the time to get prepared is not when a tornado is bearing down on you, or even when severe weather is forecast for you. It’s when there isn’t a cloud in the sky. It really boils down to three things.

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  • MyWARN: A Breakthrough in Weather Apps

    MyWARN: A Breakthrough in Weather Apps

    Getting warnings out to as many people as possible is the key to saving lives during severe weather. The market is overflowing with all the latest smartphone apps. For the everyday smartphone user, these apps are too complicated. MyWARN is setting itself apart from other apps because of its ease of use.

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  • MyWARN: Always On...

    MyWARN: Always On…

    Many tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and flash floods strike when you are most vulnerable: when you and your family are asleep. MyWarn is your vigilant weather watcher, monitoring the continuous feed of National Weather Service forecasts and bulletins for specific threats that you specify that are going to affect your precise location. When it detects a threat that you designate, MyWarn will wake you up with an audible alarm so that you can take action to be safe.

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  • MyWARN: Where You Are...

    MyWARN: Where You Are…

    The National Weather Service storm based warnings target precise areas that are in the path of danger. The problem is that legacy warning dissemination systems can’t target people that are in the narrow polygons. This means that thousands of people are warned unnecessarily. MyWARN eliminates this problem by using your smartphone’s location services to instantaneously notify you only when are in one of these precise alerts.

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  • MyWARN: Customizable...

    MyWARN: Customizable…

    A problem with legacy warning systems is that they inundate you with warnings that you don’t care about. You may live in a location where flash flooding is not an issue. You may not be concerned about severe thunderstorm warnings. You may only want to know about tornado warnings, and nothing else. But if you want to go a step further, MyWARN notifications are fully customizable, allowing you to turn specific types of alerts off and on.

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  • MyWARN: Built for the Road...

    MyWARN: Built for the Road…

    A car or truck is no place to be in a tornado, severe thunderstorm or flash flood. MyWarn gives you and your family peace of mind when you are mobile by instantly notifying you when the National Weather Service issues a specific severe weather alert for your precise location.

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  • MyWARN: Precious Minutes...

    MyWARN: Precious Minutes…

    When severe weather threatens, your immediate action can mean the difference between life and death. Buy yourself and your family the gift of time by getting precise alerts delivered to your smartphone within seconds of them being issued by National Weather Service meteorologists, wherever you are, no matter the time of day. See the alert graphically displayed on your phone. Then be alerted when the threat has ended as well.

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  • MyWARN is easy to use

    MyWARN: Simple to Use…

    MyWARN is the simplest weather alert app on the market. You can operate the app from just two screens. It features a simple user interface with a clean, uncluttered dashboard that communicates the weather alert status at your location instantly with one glance. The dashboard updates automatically every 45 seconds, giving you the very latest picture. This lets you stay on top of any severe weather situation,

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  • The MyWARN app knows your current location.

    MyWARN: Follows You…

    MyWARN goes with you wherever you travel in the U.S. It utilizes the official risks, watches and warnings issued by the National Weather Service for all 50 states and seven U.S. territories. MyWARN uses the location technology of your smartphone to know where you are so that you immediately are alerted to the alerts you specify. The alerts are transmitted within seconds from the forecaster’s terminal to your device!

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  • MyWARN: Safety Info Too...

    MyWARN: Safety Info Too…

    Seconds count when tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and flash floods threaten. You need information, and you need a plan. MyWARN alerts within seconds you when you are inside a severe weather threat area. It then provides concise simple safety tips based on your current situation. You select a situation and the app responds with specific actions. It could save your life.

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Be Ready When Severe Weather Threatens...

The New Weatheradio

The New Weatheradio

November 24, 2011 | Comments (0)

NOAA Weatheradio is an important warning tool. However, since it is county based, you still receive many warnings that are not for your location even when you have it programmed correctly. MyWarn notifies you only for the alerts that affect your specific location.

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Alerts That Follow You

Alerts That Follow You

November 24, 2011 | Comments (0)

Your need for severe weather information becomes even more critical when you are away from your normal surroundings in a hotel or on the road. MyWarn levels the field by keeping up with where you are and delivering any alerts that are issued for your precise location.

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Without Warning

Without Warning

November 24, 2011 | Comments (0)

Often when a serious tornado happens, someone claims the storm struck without warning. Truth is, that rarely is the case. MyWARN increases your odds of survival by getting precise warning information to you seconds after it is issued by the National Weather Service.

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Make MyWARN Part of Your Survival Plan

Make MyWARN Part of Your Survival Plan

November 24, 2011 | Comments (0)

Two simple things that can increase your survival chances in a severe weather event. You have to receive warnings and know what actions to take to protect you life and the lives of your family members. MyWARN gives your this information instantly.

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Receive Only the Alerts You Need

Receive Only the Alerts You Need

November 24, 2011 | Comments (0)

Overwarning desensitizes people MyWarn eliminates the frustrating interruptions caused by legacy warning distribution systems that sound for alerts you aren’t in. You won’t have to worry about the “cry wolf’ problem ever again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

November 20, 2011 | Comments (0)

MyWARN is a simple, but very powerful smartphone application designed to deliver critical life saving severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service to its users within seconds of them being issued. Read our FAQ here.

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Other Recent Articles

Flood Deaths on the Rise Again

Flood Deaths on the Rise Again

The 1970s were the worst decade for flash floods in U.S. history. Devastating floods struck Buffalo Creek, WV in February 1972 (125 fatalities); Rapid City, SD on this date in 1972 (237 fatalities); Big Thompson Canyon, CO in July 1976 (145 fatalities); Johnstown, PA in July 1977 (76 fatalities); and Kansas City, MO in September […]

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Severe Weather Outbreak Forecast for Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Severe Weather Outbreak Forecast for Tuesday, June 3, 2014

The SPC is expecting a very busy day of severe weather as they have issued a moderate risk for portions of the Plains and the Midwest. Parts of Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, and Illinois are included in this enhanced risk for severe weather. Some of the larger cities that will be under the gun are […]

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Dangerous Severe Weather Outbreak Expected Sunday, May 11, 2014

Dangerous Severe Weather Outbreak Expected Sunday, May 11, 2014

It will be a very busy day for severe weather across portions of the Plains and Midwest. The SPC has issued a moderate risk for severe weather for portions of Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Kansas. Outside the moderate risk, a slight risk extends from the Hill Country of Texas to the western Great Lakes. This […]

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Multi-Day Severe Weather Outbreak Expected April 26-29, 2014

Multi-Day Severe Weather Outbreak Expected April 26-29, 2014

A very dangerous and dynamic storm system will be producing a multi-day and widespread severe weather outbreak from the Plains to the Southeast the next several days. Be prepared for large hail, damaging winds, tornadoes, and flash flooding in these areas.

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Enhanced Threat for Severe Weather Sunday, April 13, 2014

Enhanced Threat for Severe Weather Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma has issued a large risk for severe on Sunday. This risk area includes portions of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Some of the larger cities that could be impacted are Dallas/Ft. Worth, Oklahoma City, Wichita, Kansas City, St. Louis, Memphis, Jackson, Little Rock, […]

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Severe Weather Outbreak expected Thursday April 3, 2014

Severe Weather Outbreak expected Thursday April 3, 2014

A classic severe weather set-up and outbreak are forecast to happen across the Mississippi Valley on Thursday. The SPC has outlined much of the area in a moderate risk for severe weather as widespread and organized severe weather will occur which includes damaging winds, very large hail, flash flooding, and tornadoes. The moderate risk is […]

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Severe Weather Threat for Portions of Florida on Thursday March 6, 2014

Severe Weather Threat for Portions of Florida on Thursday March 6, 2014

Plan ahead for the threat of severe weather for portions of Central Florida on Thursday. The SPC has issued their standard slight risk for severe weather for much of the Peninsula of Florida. Locations included in the risk are Tampa, St. Petersburg, Melbourne, Ft. Myers, and all of Lake Okeechobee. Travel could be impacted on […]

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March 2-8, 2014 is National Severe Weather Preparedness Week

March 2-8, 2014 is National Severe Weather Preparedness Week

It is National Severe Weather Preparedness week across the country. Now is the time to make any plans on how you and your loved ones will be prepared and ready for the next time your location is impacted by severe weather.

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Severe Weather Threat for Sunday, March 2, 2014

Severe Weather Threat for Sunday, March 2, 2014

The first day of National Severe Weather Preparedness Week begins with a threat of severe weather across the Lower Mississippi River Valley. A strong storm system will cause a threat of severe weather today from eastern Texas to western Mississippi. If you are traveling in these areas, which does include Interstates 10, 20, & 35, use caution as all modes of severe weather will be possible.

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Dangerous Thunderstorms for Thursday

Dangerous Thunderstorms for Thursday

A very busy day of severe weather ahead as the SPC has a slight risk for severe weather from the Gulf Coast to the Ohio River Valley. Within this risk area, there is an enhanced threat and the SPC has issued a moderate risk foe severe weather for northern Mississippi, northwestern Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky. […]

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Wednesday was the First of Several Active Days for Severe Weather

Wednesday was the First of Several Active Days for Severe Weather

Severe weather is back in the forecast. The next several day will be quite active from the Ozarks to the East Coast as a storm system will be impacting these areas and will bring with it the chance for organized and widespread severe weather. Plan ahead and stay weather aware as severe weather will occur during the overnight hours.

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Dangerous Severe Weather Outbeak for the First Day of Winter 2013

Dangerous Severe Weather Outbeak for the First Day of Winter 2013

Saturday, December 21, 2013, which is the first day of winter, will greet many areas of the U.S. with a significant threat of severe weather. The SPC has issued a slight risk for severe weather from the Gulf Coast to the Ohio River Valley. Within this slight risk, and enhanced area of very strong thunderstorms […]

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A Destructive and Deadly Sunday

A Destructive and Deadly Sunday

A rare November outbreak of severe weather across the Midwest and Great Lakes caused widespread damage as several large tornadoes occurred across the region. Millions of people were included in three risks of severe weather that stretched from the Southeast to the Northeast. A great forecast leading up the the event had many people informed and prepared for this threat.

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Dual-Pol Doppler Upgrades Complete

Dual-Pol Doppler Upgrades Complete

Over an 18 month period, the National Weather Service Doppler Radars have undergone a drastic upgrade in order to make the U.S. a weather ready nation. These upgrades, known as Dual-polarization are making radars even more powerful and proving to provide additional life-saving information about the weather.

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"Have a Great Day" - April 3, 1974

“Have a Great Day” – April 3, 1974

Things were quite a bit different in April 1974 as the U.S. braced for a serious severe weather outbreak. While forecasters knew it was going to be bad, they had no idea it would be a generational tornado outbreak as 147 tornadoes struck the U.S. in 24 hours. The forecasts and warnings were incredible given the state of technology in 1974. Many improvements came out of that disaster.

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Functionality of the Android Version

Functionality of the Android Version

Want to find out more about the Android version of MyWARN that has just been released? Here are some of the details on the new addition. With both the Apple and Android versions, MyWARN is now available to over 90% of smartphone users.

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The Android Version of MyWARN Has Arrived!!!

The Android Version of MyWARN Has Arrived!!!

MyWARN is pleased to announce that the Android version has finally been approved and released by the Google Play Store! You can get it at now for a limited one-time price of $9.99. Get MyWARN now from the Google Play Market. As always you can purchase MyWARN on you iOS device. Check out a sampling […]

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