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Old 11-28-2018, 10:48 AM   #1
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Please visit this site to be notified for emergency alerts in NH

https://www.readynh.gov/

I downloaded the app as well. If you downloaded the app earlier it was suggested that you remove the app and download the latest one.
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It's a great service but everyone should be aware that alerts can come any time of day when considering notification options. I signed up earlier this year and then later spent a fair amount of time trying to change it to only get email and text alerts. I was very grateful I previously figured out how to turn off phone calls so I only received a text and email yesterday at 3:27am for the winter storm warning. I don't mind texts since I have those set to silent overnight but others may not even want a text.
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