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Severe Weather Siren Testing

The City of Wichita Falls siren system was tested at noon, the first Monday this month.

This is a regularly scheduled monthly test, but there is still a chance for severe weather in the area later Monday evening.

The city's first responders would like citizens to realize that if they hear the sirens, after testing, it is most likely due to severe weather.

If this occurs citizens should take their usual severe weather precautions. Head to our Severe Weather Guidelines page for more information.

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