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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREENVILLE-SPARTANBURG SC
758 AM EST WED NOV 26 2014

ALTHOUGH SNOW IS OCCURRING IN PARTS OF THE MOUNTAINS, THAT WILL BE
TAPERING OFF LATER THIS MORNING.  THEREFORE,
THE PUBLIC WARNING ALARM FEATURE OF NOAA WEATHER RADIO, ALL HAZARDS,
WILL BE ACTIVATED FOR TEST PURPOSES TODAY BETWEEN 11 AM AND NOON. IF
THERE HAD BEEN A THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER, THIS TEST WOULD HAVE BEEN
POSTPONED UNTIL THE NEXT GOOD WEATHER DAY. IF YOU ARE HAVING PROBLEMS
RECEIVING OUR BROADCAST THAT IS NOT RELATED TO YOUR EQUIPMENT, PLEASE
CALL OUR OFFICE AT 1, 800, 2 6 7, 8 1 0 1, OR SEND AN EMAIL TO GSP,
DOT, WEBMASTER, AT NOAA, DOT, GOV. REMEMBER THAT THE PROXIMITY OF
YOUR RADIO TO OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES SUCH AS TELEVISIONS OR
COMPUTERS CAN AFFECT THE RECEPTION OF TONE ALERTS. SOMETHING AS
SIMPLE AS NEARBY ELECTRICAL WIRING OR FLUORESCENT LIGHTS MAY ALSO
CONTRIBUTE TO A DECREASE IN SIGNAL STRENGTH.





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