Grand Island, Neb. – The severe weather season is just around the corner and so is Hall County’s first siren test of the year.
The sirens go off in In two weeks, Wednesday, March 29th between 10 and 11 am.
“Working with our friends with the National Weather Service, we expect residents to take this week to review their emergency plans and be ready when severe weather hits,” said Jon Rosenlund, director of the county’s Emergency Management Agency
Severe summer hazards, such as lightning, high winds, tornadoes, floods and hail can cause significant property damage, injury, or even death.