“Offloading Apps” could be preventing you from getting severe weather warnings

If you are anything like me, you depend on your phone as one of your three methods to get severe weather information. However, a recently new feature with Apple’s iPhone could be preventing you from getting life saving information from the apps you trust. During the recent round of severe weather, I noticed that one of my go-to apps was not alerting me when watches and warnings were issued for my area. After a little investigation, I found that I had turned on the iPhone’s “Offload Apps” feature a few weeks ago when I was running low on storage space.

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TW Member has Article Featured in Alabama Living

We are proud to announce that TalkWeather Member akt1985, also known as Arron Turner, has recently had a great article about how storm spotters help keep Alabama communities safe featured in Alabama Living magazine.  Alabama Living is the official statewide publication of the electric cooperatives in Alabama and the largest magazine of its type in the state, reaching some 400,000 electric cooperative consumers. Aaron does a great job detailing the process of how storm spotters are a vital part of helping the National Weather Service and emergency management officials informed with ground observations during and after severe weather.  If you are

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