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Is an “all clear” siren sounded after a tornado warning is issued and it is safe to come out of my shelter?
The sirens are not sounded for an “all clear”. If they are sounded again, it typically means the warning has been extended or this situation is very severe.

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1. When is the outdoor warning system tested (Sirens)?
2. Is an “all clear” siren sounded after a tornado warning is issued and it is safe to come out of my shelter?
3. What should I do if a siren does not sound when tested?
4. Why can’t I hear the outdoor warning system (sirens) in my house?
5. I would like to prepare an emergency kit. Where can I find more information?
6. After a storm moves through the area who can I call to report damage?
7. How can I learn what the risks are for my neighborhood?