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2/21/1971: The Mississippi Delta Tornado Outbreak

2/21/1971: The Mississippi Delta Tornado Outbreak

| February 21, 2018

On the morning of Sunday, February 21, 1971, a surface low was over Central Texas near Waco. The low had caused severe weather overnight in the Hill Country. A warm front extended east from the low across northern Louisiana, Central Mississippi and into Alabama. South of the boundary, winds were southerly and dewpoints were in […]

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Give the Gift of Severe Weather Preparedness

Give the Gift of Severe Weather Preparedness

| November 27, 2017

With the threat of severe weather for portions of the southern U.S. this weekend, right in the middle of this holiday season, we want to remind users that there is no better gift than severe weather safety. If you are looking for an excellent gift idea or realize you still need to purchase that last […]

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A Destructive and Deadly Sunday

A Destructive and Deadly Sunday

| November 17, 2017

A rare November outbreak of severe weather across the Midwest and Great Lakes caused widespread damage as several large tornadoes occurred across the region on November 17, 2013.

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MyWARN 2.9.2 Just Released in the iTunes Store for iPhone and iPad

MyWARN 2.9.2 Just Released in the iTunes Store for iPhone and iPad

| April 4, 2017

The newest version of MyWARN is finally ready for consumers! It has an updated look and handles SPC risk categories perfectly!

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“Have a Great Day” – April 3, 1974

“Have a Great Day” – April 3, 1974

| April 3, 2017

On April 3, 1974, forecasters knew it was going to be bad, but they had no idea it would be the biggest tornado outbreak in U.S. history with 147 tornadoes in 24 hours.

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MyWARN: Breakthrough Weather App…

MyWARN: Breakthrough Weather App…

| March 20, 2017

It is proven that National Weather Service warnings save lives. Getting those warnings immediately could save yours. MyWARN gets them to you in seconds!

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MyWARN: Always On…Always Monitoring…

MyWARN: Always On…Always Monitoring…

| March 20, 2017 | Reply

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.

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MyWARN: Where You Are…

MyWARN: Where You Are…

| March 20, 2017 | Reply

The National Weather Service storm based warnings target precise areas that are in the path of danger. MyWARN eliminates this problem of unnecessary alerts that aren’t for your location.

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MyWARN: Simple to Use…

MyWARN: Simple to Use…

| March 20, 2017 | Reply

MyWARN is the simplest weather alert app on the market. It features a simple user interface with a clean, uncluttered dashboard that communicates the weather alert status at your location instantly with one glance.

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MyWARN: Customizable…

MyWARN: Customizable…

| March 20, 2017 | Reply

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. MyWARN notifications are fully customizable, allowing you to turn specific types of alerts off and on.

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