Emergency warning siren testing to begin Saturday
If you hear a siren at noon in your town Saturday, it’s most likely a monthly test.
All Washtenaw County operated outdoor warning sirens are tested at noon on the first Saturday of the month from March through September, according to information from the Village of Dexter.
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- National Weather Service tornado warnings
- Severe thunderstorms with damaging winds in excess of 70 mph
- A hazardous materials accident that requires immediate action from residents
- An attack on the United States is imminent, underway or has recently occurred.
Warning siren activation is a signal to go indoor immediately and monitor local Emergency Alert System media outlets for official information.
Washtenaw County’s emergency broadcasters are: 89.1 FM, 102.9 FM, 107.1 FM, 1050 AM, 1290 AM.
If you don't hear these sirens from your home, I'd like to know. Please contact me.
Lisa Allmendinger is a regional reporter for AnnArbor.com. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.