The weather has been so strange recently, we never know what is going to happen. Stay alert and up-to-date on the weather conditions around you, no matter what time of day. The Oregon Scientific WR608 Desktop NOAA receives and displays National Weather Services weather bulletins, alerts, watches, and forecasts, U.S. Emergency All Hazards bulletins, and local Emergency Alert System (EAS) bulletins and warnings 24 hours a day.
The Radio can be programmed to receive information specific to your geographic area and with it you can receive broadcasts for up to nine different local areas. Alerts available in English, French and Spanish with three levels of messages: advisory, watch, and warning. More details at Amazon and Wind and Weather
Today's US weather map above indicates that excessive heat warnings and advisories are in effect across much of the country, affecting some 100 million of us.
Weather apps are critically important to anyone outside for an extended period of time, whether working, swimming, hiking, boating, playing sports, walking the dog. An intriguing new free app MyWeather.com provides instantly updated weather for all the places that matter to you.
Save as many locations as you'd like: home, vacation and recreational spots, relatives' homes, work sites.
Touch the arrow next to any of your locations to view detailed current conditions: heat index/wind chill, dew point, humidity, precipitation amount, pressure (mb or inches), and wind speed/direction.
Plan ahead: get the 10-day forecast for any location, with a visual summary of the sky condition, high/low temperature and chance of rain.
View the hourly forecast on an easy-to-understand graph, and instantly see the weather trend for your location. Turn your iPhone sideways and the graph fills your screen. Touch any point along the graph to see that hour's forecasted sky condition and temperature.
A full-color radar map centers in on your selected location. Turn your iPhone sideways for a full-screen, interactive map. Choose a display mode (road map or terrain view) and see lightning, storm cells, temperatures, wind speed and more. Zoom in and view the weather over your favorite golf course, sports arena, or beach.
Want to read about the weather? The News tab gives you national forecast summaries, weather safety tips, and other helpful information.
Keep your family safe and receive weather and civil warnings specific to your area 24 hours a day, even when the electricity is out. The compact and portable Oregon Scientific WR602 Weather Radio with Charge Cradle is programmed to receive NOAA broadcasts from all available emergency advisories on tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, floods, evacuations, plus civil danger warnings including Amber Alert child abductions, nuclear accidents and other hazards.
The radio alerts via both audio and visual signals, with manual or automatic channel select modes. The message levels--statement, watch, warning, and test--can be set to English, French, or Spanish. When on the road, this rechargeable radio has a travel mode that searches for the strongest signal, and its digital clock includes an alarm.
Given the recent and ongoing hurricane season, and the amazing number of tornados this past year in the US, needing an emergency radio is like having running water. Just get one. We like the new weather radio from Oregon Scientific, as the WR606 can continuously monitor emergency broadcasts related to weather or civil incidents in your area. It also features SAME alert programming capabilities, and you can specify which counties you want to hear information for, and be alerted when severe weather or other alerts occur in up to 9 different local counties. You’ll also get temperature, humidity, weather forecast and barometric pressure data, each illuminated by a LED backlight with an included AC adapter.
Monitors all US Hazards and Emergency Alert System (EAS) bulletins, warnings and watches
Receives all NOAA reports, which include advisories on severe weather conditions, civil emergencies, hazards, and evacuation details
SAME technology alerts users to emergencies in their area, and describes the type and duration of the event
Audible and visual alert signals notify you of all levels of messages (Advisories, Watches, Warnings)
7 user-selectable channels or auto channel selection
Large dot-matrix LCD display with backlight
Displays indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity
Forecasts the weather 12 to 24 hours in advance
Measures barometric pressure with altitude adjustment
Ice Warning function: icon flashes when outdoor conditions near freezing temperatures
Features 12/24 hour time, day/month calendar and 2 daily alarms with snooze function
Looking to find out how big and when the quake is starting? The GraGraph will sound an alert and tell you how large the earthquake is on the Richter scale (anywhere from 3 to 10). The GraGraph will however not tell you when a quake might happen - it only tells you what's happening and has no earthquake prediction features. It does however have a built-in LCD clock, alarm and night-light. The GraGraph will also record prior seismic activity.
Given the high amount of tornados this Spring, we recommend getting an alert monitor if you really want to stay in touch with what's going on in your area for emergencies. Capable of receiving seven National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA) channels--each of which receives emergency advisories on tornadoes, floods, severe thunderstorms, civil danger warnings, and more--the WR-100B is a must for people who live in high-risk weather areas, such as the Southeast or Midwest. Plus, the seven NOAA channels offer coverage for roughly 93 percent of the U.S., so most people are well covered regardless of where they live.
The RPS8807DT provides you with an instant seven-channel NOAA weatherband receiver with alert functionality that automatically turns it on during an emergency broadcast. What's more, this radio includes a digital-tuning AM/FM radio with station presets so you are also not without entertainment. This unit features a cool, blue backlit LCD display that is easy to read at a glance under any lighting conditions, and includes a digital clock with a dual alarm, a thermometer and a compass.
Oregon Scientific WRB308 Public Alert Weather Station blends technology with safety to provide you with both invaluable weather information and audible weather and public emergency alerts! The portable public alert weather radio includes SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) allowing you to monitor only local alerts and filter out distant warnings. The public alert weather radio from Oregon Scientific also has three levels of emergency messages: statement, watch and warning.
Keeps you informed of civil and weather disasters 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Compact public alert radio is easily transportable.
Weather radio monitors both severe weather and civil emergency broadcasts.
Perfect for use in the home, office or when traveling.
Instruction manual included.
Public Alert Certified Weather Radio
Weather station displays barometric forecast, indoor and outdoor temperature and humidity information.
Handy public alert weather station includes docking area and recharger for the portable weather radio.
Compact weather radio features SAME technology to filter out distant warnings.
Digital clock with calendar and alarm.
Backlit for easy night viewing.
Three levels of warnings (statement, watch, warning) available in English, French or Spanish.
Includes rechargeable Ni-MH battery, belt clip and wrist strap.
Power source for Public Alert Weather Station is an AC adapter (included).
Power source for remote sensor are 2 AA batteries (not included).
Lingo is a company that mostly makes electronic hand translators for travel, but we like the compact nature and display on this weather alert readio. What's even more amazing about this little number is it can store NOAA emergency messages in the radio and play back later on if you are out of reception range or you just missed an important alert.
Automatic Emergency Broadcasts, even when listening to radio stations.
Automatic Activation for Emergency Broadcasts
Broadcasts 24 Hour local weather forecasts and alerts.
Weather and Alerts down to 1 county (Up to 9 Counties of Memory
The First Alert WX-167 Weather Radio is the next step in the evolution of the all-hazards radio warning system in the United States. In addition to providing traditional emergency weather alert warnings, the First Alert WX-167 now includes civil emergency messages such as terrorist attacks, problems at nuclear plants, industrial fires, chemical spills, biological hazards and AMBER alerts. We really aren't that excited to ever get a civil alert warning, but it's nice to have the feature.
Specific Area Message Encoding notifies of alerts in your area only
Receives all 7 NOAA weather/hazard channels
Amber Alert and 911 call outage messages
Automatically sounds a loud alert siren when emergency conditions occur in your area
The weather radio features an LCD display screen, backlighting for easy low-light or night viewing, and is equipped with a digital clock and daily alarm. This emergency alert weather radio monitors the seven NOAA emergency channels and also receives continuous National Weather Service weather and forecast information.
Monitors all seven NOAA emergency alert weather channels.
Monitors civil emergency alerts.
Features SAME technology allowing you to localize weather alerts.
Affordable and easily transportable yet can also be used in the home or office.
Electro-luminescent blue backlighting makes for easy low-light and night viewing.
Midland seems to have all the alert monitors we'd like to buy. Worried you're going out into a thunderstorm or bad weather? Find out before you go. The Midland WR-300 offers S.A.M.E. technology (Specific Area Message Encoding), which preprograms the device to receive only those warnings that apply to your local area--you can choose state, county, and/or nearby counties.
For tuning, the radio employs drift-free PLL (phase-lock loop) technology and an easy-to-read blue, backlit LCD. You get a convenient, 10-alert memory, and you can add, edit, and remove unwanted alerts at any time. The radio uses the supplied AC power adapter or four AA Batteries (not included). The single-speaker radio offers 30 programmable county codes, AM/FM tuning, date, time, alarm functions, and even auto switch from AM/FM to pertinent all-hazard alerts.
This is currently the top selling weather radio just about anywhere online and offline. Why? It really has the features you need for weather and alerts specific to your area.The Midland WR-100C Weather All Hazards and Civil Emergency Alert Monitor has S.A.M.E. area technology that allows for alerts specific to your area so you won't be listening to something that doesn't affect you or you miss something that does. The single-speaker radio offers 25 programmable county codes, access to 7 NOAA weather channels, time/date and alarm functions, and a choice of voice, siren, or tone alert.
In the event of special warning broadcasts, the monitor is automatically activated along with a loud tone, an LED light and an alert message on its 8-character LCD. Emergency weather bulletins include alerts about tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, ice/snow storms, and other severe weather. Other emergencies might include Amber alerts, explosions, fires, or hazardous chemical spills.
The radio uses the supplied AC power adapter or 3 AA backup batteries (not included). Batteries should give you approximately 24 hours of continuous operation; the clock will run for at least 10 days on batteries when the monitor is turned off (using the monitor on/off control).
We have an entire emergency kit, weather alert monitor, and this radio ready to go. With over 13-20 hurricanes predicted for the 2007 Summer season, we want to be ready. You want to get a hand crank radio not only to be able to run it without batteries, but this radio can also charge your cell phone, get TV channels, and more. In addition to helping to keep you and your family safe, your purchase will help the American Red Cross. Etón Corporation will give .70 of the sales price to support the American Red Cross.
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