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KELOLAND Weather Team Tunes Weather Radios

May 17, 2014, 6:02 PM

KELOLAND Weather Team Tunes Weather Radios
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

KELOLAND's Meteorologist Team was at an area Hy-Vee Store this morning to help people prepare for the severe storm season.

They were helping people tune in their weather radios at the Hy-Vee located near the Empire Mall. People were able to bring their radios from home, or they could purchase them at the store. The radios give off a signal when a watch or warning is issued in the counties the radio is located.

For more weather information on the go, make sure to download the KELOLAND Storm Tracker App for Android phones and Apple devices.

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