Warning systems are designed to warn people to tune in to a source of media for more information.
If you receive a notification from a warning system, get inside and tune in to your local radio, TV, internet or NOAA weather radio for information.
When other forms of technology are not available a NOAA weather radio will provide necessary emergency information.
Tornadoes are unpredictable and can cause injury, death and structural damage.
Severe thunderstorms can also cause injury/death, structural damage and may produce tornado(s) with little or no warning.
Take shelter, if needed, to protect yourself and/or family.
Kewaunee County DOES NOT issue an “all clear” tone on outdoor warning sirens. Such a notice could be confusing to residents in the event of additional warnings.
You may purchase a NOAA weather radio at Kewaunee County Emergency Management office or a local retailer.
Should you have any questions relating to severe weather and siren activation, please feel free to contact Kewaunee County Emergency Management at (920) 845-9700.