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Power Outages Caused Alerts and Warnings Not to be Available After Snow

By Chuck Freels If it can happen here, it can happen anywhere . . . . .  During a Presentation I was at with David Martino from Martino Signs who is one of our C.A.S.P.E.R. Distributors in PA, David mentioned about a situation that resulted with him not being able to receive Alerts and Warnings […]

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Weather temperatures on LED Displays

By Chuck Freels It seems to be the Buzz-Word of the week! All I have been hearing for the last couple of days is how cold it is (especially from my wife ~ she hates the cold!).  In our area, it is the coldest it has been in 40 years – with even set a […]

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Winter Weather Awareness Week ~ 2013

Seconds do count.  Pictures are worth a Thousand words. By Judie Protesto Freels This is Winter Weather Awareness Week.  As I scanned different weather stations this weekend – and even as I looked on Facebook – there were so many different areas already being effect by winter weather, and even a lot of tornado activity, […]

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You’ve Come a Long Way Baby . . . . I mean . . . . IPAWS

By Chuck Freels Did you know? FEMA’s IPAWS originated in June of 2006 by President Bush as an effort to better handle the future emergencies and disasters that are inevitable.  But it was specifically the Katrina disaster that sparked this System’s birth.  Since its first conception, it has gone through many changes and technical advances.  […]

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Disasters and emergencies are hard to believe

By Judie Protesto Freels You are Still in Our Hearts! It’s hard to believe it has been 12 years since the devastation happened in America that touched so many people ~ It seems like just yesterday . . . . . Please give a moment of silence along with a prayer that something like this […]

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