Montgomery, AL (WSFA) -- The next time severe weather rolls through Montgomery County, more residents are going to know about it. The Emergency Management Agency will install 12 new weather sirens throughout the county.
The new sirens were made possible thanks to a federal grant.
The agency says the new sirens will be placed in newly populated areas such as south Montgomery County.
There are currently 65 sirens in place, and the EMA plans to have the new ones installed by the end of the year.
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