Weather Notification System Available To Greenville/Bond County Residents


Residents of the City Of Greenville and Bond County have multiple tools available to them to provide advance notice of threatening weather and emergencies. The first is an automated calling system, operated by the City of Greenville. It was used for the first time this year last week, due to severe weather.

Allan Davis, local emergency service director, told WGEL about the system.

Another great tool at your disposal is WGEL Radio. Anytime severe weather impacts our listening area, you can tune in to 101.7 FM for live reports containing up-to-date information from the National Weather Service.

Allan Davis told WGEL about when the alert system is put into use.

You can sign up to receive automated telephone alerts to notify you when severe weather strikes, then be sure to tune in to live weather coverage on WGEL. For more information, call Davis at 664-1911.

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