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ABC 33/40 Weather Radio App

On April 27, 2011, the state of Alabama experienced a devastating tornado outbreak. Many people could not hear the warnings because of power outages from storms earlier in the day. Now, here’s your chance to receive life-saving weather warnings with the iMapWeather Radio app, no matter where you are! With this app, you will receive voice and text alerts on life-threatening weather events, PLUS see ABC 33/40’s live stream weather coverage with James Spann. Your smart phone will “wake up” when a weather warning is issued, and also “follow you” using GPS technology. No matter where you are physically located, if you are within a tornado polygon, you will receive critical weather information.
This app has a one-time download fee of $9.99.


Click Here to get the app now!
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