New Sun Weather Text Alert service debuts
Looking for someone to let you know when a dangerous storm is approaching? Curious about the weekend forecast downy ayshun? Could you use an afternoon reminder of what the forecast looks like for tomorrow?
If so, just sign up for The Baltimore Sun's Weather Text Alert service, and we'll keep you posted via your cell phone. It's brand-new, and here's what we're including:
1. A daily forecast for tomorrow's weather, sent out seven days a week at 4:30 p.m.
2. The Friday forecasts, through Labor Day, will include a separate beach forecast.
3. Breaking Weather Alerts during our business hours for Baltimore and the five surrounding counties, plus Ocean City in summer, including Weather Warnings for flash floods, tornadoes, winter storms, temperatures at BWI above 95 degrees or below 10 degrees and broken records. (This is not a substitute for a NOAA Weather Radio.)
It's easy to start, and easy to stop.
Here's where you can sign up: http://www.baltimoresun.com/about/bal-emailnewsletters,0,5055680.htmlstory
And here are some FAQs: http://www.baltimoresun.com/bal-mobile-text-alerts-faq,0,4677297.story