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Free WIZ Iphone Weather Radio App today only!

Free WIZ Iphone Weather Radio App today only!

You can now have a weather radio on your iphone or ipad to alert you of severe weather in your area.  It will even follow your phone and alert you to severe weather when you are traveling. 11Alive Weather Information Zone is now available in your pocket at all times with this FREE iMap Weather Radio! 

They are offering it FREE today only.  After today, it will be $9.99.  You can search "iMap Weather Radio" at the app store, or go to  http://weatherradioday.com/ . After downloading, click 11Alive as your media provider. 

By clicking 11Alive as your media provider, every time you receive a warning, the 11Alive WIZ logo will appear with the weather information.

Code orange smog alert issued

Code orange smog alert issued

ATLANTA -- Georgia's Environmental Protection Division says the Air Quality Index for Metro Atlanta is 101 on Monday. 


The EPD says the figure means Atlanta's air is unhealthy for sensitive groups, and it's issued an orange smog alert for the area.


The agency says children, people who are sensitive to ozone and people with heart or lung disease should limit prolonged outdoor exertion during the late afternoon or early evening when ozone concentrations are highest.


High temperatures are expected to be in the 80s on Monday and approaching 90 on Tuesday.

Gwinnett residents left to clean debris created by early morning storm

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – According to Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services Public Information Officer Tommy Rutledge, following last night’s severe storms, Gwinnett County experienced numerous incidents, including three house fires and fallen wires and trees blocking roadways.

  • According to Captain Tommy Rutledge, crews responded to:
  • About 30 downed trees and power lines.
  • Two residential structures damaged by fire.
  • 14 homes damaged by fallen trees.
  • And a number of vehicle accidents.

Starting late Monday night, between the hours of 11:30 p.m.

GEMA wants residents to be prepared for any disaster as it promotes its' Ready Georgia campaign

GEMA wants residents to be prepared for any disaster as it promotes its' Ready Georgia campaign

Atlanta, GA--  This month is the 3 year anniversary of the terrible tornadoes that ripped through downtown and Buford communities.  In addition, we have all seen the destruction that the earthquake and subsequent tsunami has done to the country of Japan.

March 1st marks the beginning of Georgia's official tornado season and the Georgia Emergency management Agency says that "preparation is key to surviving violent and unpredictable storms."

Here are tips from the GEMA website: