As of this mornings update: Lee County is in the Marginal Risk Area for severe storms on Saturday. This is a good time to make sure you NOAA Weather radios are plugged in and that batteries are in working order.

Should the forecast change, we will keep you updated.

Enjoy the beautiful weather today and tomorrow. Saturday has the possibility of being a rainy/stormy day. More details to follow. ... See MoreSee Less

Another gorgeous Wednesday! We will test the Outdoor Warning Sirens @ 12 noon today. Please comment below if you hear them with your location if possible. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Deborah E HickokI didn't hear it on Rustic near Dunlop Dr. I'm inside, but I usually hear it.

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Dennis SeldonAuburn Softball Complex. I could hear Auburn University's system when the horn faced away from me. Recording for spring break. 🙂 www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTch567A7ss

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Marissa BaileyLoud and clear Auburn Walmart area.

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Morris DrinnenbergHeard a couple different ones near shrimp basket on college

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Mary Rihm SinnottLoud and clear on campus!

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Pam Stillwell EldredHeard in Chambliss Place off Lee Rd.219

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Laura Pritchett GaffordHeard near Lee County Flea Market.

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Rachel WrightHeard quietly from Lee county public lake

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Deborah B. LindseyHeard on Rocky Brook

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Alicia GarciaI can hear them I'm on marvyn parkway

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Cassandra MontgomeryI can hear them from my home in Cary Woods

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Mike Watkins was presented with the Alfred T. Moore Volunteer of the Year award today during the Alabama Association of Emergency Managers conference banquet.

We are always proud when one of our own receive such an award. For those of you who may not know: This award is named after Mr. Tom Moore who donated many hours, days and nights to our agency prior to his passing. 

Way to go Mike Watkins!