Tornado Siren for Brighton?
Tornado Siren in Brighton?
SERVPRO® of North Thornton/Brighton responds to storm damage emergencies throughout the year in Brighton. The City of Brighton uses a tornado siren to warn residents when a tornado has been spotted by trained staff and observers.
- The tornado siren has monthly tests
- It is activated most frequently when a tornado has been spotted
- When the National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for the Brighton area
- The system uses one siren tone
- When activated during an emergency, the sirens will be activated for five minutes to get your attention
- There is no “all clear” signal
- If the sirens are activated and it is not the monthly test; you should seek shelter immediately and get more information.
NOAA Weather Radio
A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio is a dedicated radio that receives real-time weather information direct from the National Weather Service. During severe weather, more frequent updates, and live broadcasts are used to notify listeners of potential hail, flooding, tornadoes, blizzard conditions, and other weather warnings. NOAA Weather Radios can be purchased at many electronic stores and can be battery operated, giving you an option to obtain information sources when your power is out.
When your home or business needs storm restoration services, SERVPRO® of North Thornton/Brighton is Here to Help. ® Call us today at 720-223-8888. We’ll restore your storm damage in Brighton, “Like it never even happened.”
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