Updated:ORLANDO, Fla. —
NOAA Weather Alert Radios are used by the Department of Homeland Security to broadcast warnings related to national emergencies and other Homeland Security issues.
These radios provide several great advantages including the ability to program alerts for specific counties and battery back-up for use during power outages.
- Click here for written instructions for programming your weather radio.
- Click here for SAME Codes to program your radio
- Click here to find what channel to tune your radio to for your area
Weather radios provide information on more than 60 different emergency alerts, including tornadoes, winter storms, severe thunderstorms, flash floods, emergency evacuations and Amber Alerts.