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Automatic alerts ??
      #13240 - Sat Sep 20 2003 06:39 PM

Is there a mailing list I can join to recieve alerts of potential storms.

This past week or two has been great and I don't want to miss the next big one.

tia


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Re: Automatic alerts ??
      #13265 - Sun Sep 21 2003 11:12 PM

The below link is for the National Hurricane Centers mailing lists. Depending on which list you choose be prepared for a lot of email. Accuweather.com also has some mailing list capabilities..

http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/signup.shtml


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Re: Automatic alerts ??
      #13279 - Mon Sep 22 2003 05:32 PM

ok thanks... have signed up now

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