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Personal weather warning phone calls
based on your street address

WRAL WeatherCall works 24 hours a day. If it’s 3 a.m. and there’s a tornado warning in your neighborhood, WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel will call you and tell you what to do. This is potentially lifesaving new technology, a public service from WRAL-TV.

How does WRAL WeatherCall work?

WRAL WeatherCall uses your street address to determine whether your home or business is inside a severe thunderstorm or tornado warning area.

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Tell your family and friends about this potentially lifesaving new service and encourage them to sign up! The cost is just $8 a year.

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Get the call before the storm from Greg Fishel and WRAL-TV, Your Weather Station.

The WeatherCall service is provided by Media Weather Innovations LLC. If you need help or have questions, contact WeatherCall Customer Service by e-mail. or call 1-877-718-7646.