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One lucky winner will receive a La Crosse Technology Super Sport NOAA Weather Alert – AM/FM Portable Radio, compliments of Wind & Weather.
This compact NOAA super sport weather radio has a blue LED back-lit screen that automatically turns to red and starts to flash during weather alerts in your area. It’s an effective warning system that’s hard to ignore. The handheld AM/FM radio features 7 different NOAA weather band channels to provide up-to-the-minute weather information that can help keep you safe at home or on the go. A made in the U.S.A. IC chip provides high-quality digital radio signals you can count on for excellent receiver performance. Has a built-in telescopic antenna and non-slip rubberized finish. A must for campers, hikers, boating enthusiasts, or anyone who wants to stay updated on the weather. Requires 3 AA alkaline batteries (not included).
When a Severe Weather Alert is issued by the National Weather Service, the blue screen will change to a Red screen alerting you of approaching severe weather.
Here is sample alert from the National Weather Service to give you an idea of how the radio will sound when the alert is activated. This is what you will hear (similar to this), you just won’t see the images displayed in this video.
When a alert is issued the “red alert” will glow a bright red while the severe weather alert is broadcasted.