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RaveAlert to be utilized in Kewaunee County for Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week

In preparing for the worst Mother Nature can dish out, Kewaunee County Emergency Management will be implementing its mass emergency notification system for drills next Thursday.  Statewide tornado drills are planned twice on April 7th during Wisconsin’s Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness Week.  RaveAlert is a system that sends out text messages to cell phones.  Kewaunee County Emergency Management Director Tracy Nollenberg says it is important that residents take time to go over their severe weather plans and practice them during drills.



The statewide tornado drills will take place at 1:45 pm and 6:45 pm next Thursday, April 7th.  No outdoor warning sirens or other devices like broadcast stations and weather radios will send out alerts this year to avoid any confusion for the public.  To register your phone for text alerts, visit the Kewaunee County website and click on the red “Stay Informed” button at the bottom of the home page.  

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