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WECT First Alert Midland All Hazards Radios Now Available

They're back! The WECT First Alert Midland All Hazards Alert weather radios are now available at participating Walgreens' Stores! The Midland All Hazards Weather Alert Radio is available at a special promotional price.

The Midland All Hazards Alert Weather Radio features:  

  • S.A.M.E. Localized reception
  • 7 N.O.A.A. Channels
  • Digital front panel display
  • 25 Programmable Counties
  • User selectable warning system including Amber and Homeland security alerts 
  • Choice of Voice, Siren, or Tone Alert.
  • Time & Alarm Clock with full display
  • Emergency power back-up, uses 3 AA Batteries(not included)
  • AC Wall Adapter Included
  • Public Alert Certified

    Radios are available now at area participating Walgreen's locations.

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    • 'Hurricane Hunters' visit NC as part of hurricane awareness tour

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      Hurricane Hunters take to the skies during these dangerous storms to get real-time measurements and other important data that help forecasters better track their movements.

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      Hurricane Hunters take to the skies during these dangerous storms to get real-time measurements and other important data that help forecasters better track their movements.

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