BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - The weather alert radio transmitter in
metropolitan Birmingham is out of service temporarily.
National Weather Service officials are expected to begin repairs
on the transmitter Monday.
The equipment went out Thursday.
Residents are being asked to scan for other frequencies on their
weather alert radios to pick up signals from transmitters in neighboring communities, such as Tuscaloosa or Mount Cheaha.
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