WSFA 12 News is your First Alert Station, and that is no more evident than in our weather coverage. Protecting you and your family is our main concern when it comes to the sometimes volatile conditions in the River Region.
The WSFA First Alert Weather Team wants to give you advance notice when we see conditions that could be dangerous or life-threatening. That's the driving focus behind a WSFA First Alert Weather Day.
We may declare a WSFA First Alert Weather Day when any of the following weather hazards appear likely:
In short, if threatening conditions are possible in the WSFA viewing area, we will declare a WSFA First Alert Weather Day in order to give you the most advance warning possible - even before a watch or warning is issued by the National Weather Service. This gives you time to plan ahead, change plans if necessary - and ensure you are adequately prepared.
We'll make sure you know it's a First Alert Weather Day on-air, online and on mobile:
You can begin to prepare now - even if a WSFA First Alert Weather Day is not in effect:
Ensure you have other methods of obtaining important weather information:
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