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If the sirens are sounding now, go inside, take shelter and if possible turn on a weather radio, radio or TV to find out why the sirens have been activated.  DO NOT call 911 for more information.  Only use 911 for emergencies.

OUTDOOR WARNING SIRENS

 

OUTSIDE WARNING SIREN INFORMATION   PDF icon

OUTSIDE WARNING SIREN TRI-FOLD BROCHURE   PDF icon

Most often the sirens are activated for the flowing reasons:

  • 1st Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. – Siren Testing – No Action Needed
  • Tornado Warning – Take Shelter Immediately
  • Severe Thunderstorm Warning with warned winds of 70 mph or greater and/or golf ball size hail (1.75") or greater– Take Shelter Immediately

 

 

When Sirens Sound… Take Cover and Tune In!

 

Primary EAS stations for Clinton County include:

East and Central Clinton County:

KROS – 1340 AM/105.9 FM               KCLN – 1390 AM                The Eagle – 94.7 FM

NOAA Weather Radio       National Weather Service Weather Radio

Clinton County Emergency Notification System

 

West and Central Clinton County:

KBOB – 104.9FM               KMAQ – 95.1 FM               KMAQ – 1320 AM

NOAA Weather Radio       National Weather Service Weather Radio

Clinton County Emergency Notification System