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NWRNational Wildlife Refuge
NWRNOAA Weather Radio
NWRNew World Resources (various locations)
NWRNorth West Region
NWRNetware Requester
NWRNorth Western Railway
NWRNational Wildlife Reserve
NWRNew Wave Research (various locations)
NWRNot Worth Repairing
NWRNot Work Related
NWRNew Works Review (online literary journal)
NWRNetwork Wavelength Requirement
NWRNuclear Weapons Report
NWRNot Worth Reporting
NWRNavy Weapons Range
NWRNorth Warren Regional Middle School (Blairstown, New Jersey)
NWRNavy Women's Rugby (US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD)
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Once away from the water, he must listen to a local radio or television station or NOAA Weather Radio for information from the Tsunami Warning Centers about further action he should take.
(66) NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts official NWS warnings,
* Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA weather radio with tone alert and extra batteries for both.
As an example, Soroka pointed to NOAA Weather Radio, which uses a radio frequency to report the weather watches and warnings within each transmitter's reach.
Be informed: Listen to NOAA Weather Radio or local radio or television stations for evacuation instructions.
"With the tragedy of tornadoes, we have heard national broadcasters saying everyone should have a NOAA Weather radio," Johanns said.
Furthermore, limitations in the Emergency Alert System and NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards may impede timely warnings to communities.
He can also activate the NOAA weather radio system (the radios that will sound an alarm to wake people if there is an approaching weather emergency).
** NOAA Weather Radio with warning alarm tone and battery back-up
* Purchase an NOAA Weather Radio and spare batteries.
With lives and property at stake, it's vitally important that these professionals base their decisions on weather information that is more timely and precise than that broadcast over The Weather Channel or NOAA weather radio.
The service, a part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), provides on NOAA Weather Radio general forecasts, severe weather warnings or watches, and hazard warnings for lakes and other bodies of water.