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Severe Weather Alert Day

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What is a 'Severe Weather Alert Day'? 

It's our way of letting you know that the weather is about to take a turn for the worse and the KSLA Stormtracker 12 Weather Team will provide you the necessary forecast information so you can be prepared. 

You can expect to see comprehensive coverage and frequent updates about the weather situation on our newscasts, online at KSLA.com, on our mobile news and weather apps, and on social media. That is 'Coverage You Can Count On'!

The KSLA Stormtracker 12 Weather Team will issue a 'Severe Weather Alert Day' anytime the weather could threaten your personal safety and/or property. 

Damaging wind gusts, large hail, and tornadoes are often our biggest concerns. Winter weather, such as snow and ice, is infrequent, but can cause major problems across the Ark-La-Tex when it does happen. And don't forget extreme heat or cold. When it gets dangerously cold enough for frostbite or frozen pipes, or hot enough that heat exhaustion or heat stroke are a real concern, we'll declare a 'Severe Weather Alert Day'.

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