Personal weather warning phone calls based on your street address

WeatherCall works 24 hours a day. If it’s 3 a.m. and there’s a tornado warning in your neighborhood, the WeatherCall service will call your landline or mobile number and tell you what to do.

How does WRAL WeatherCall work?

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

If the National Weather Service has determined that there is a confirmed tornado, severe thunderstorms with hurricane-strength winds, or hail larger than golf balls near you, get a call to alert you to the emergency.

Your subscription includes informative texts and emails that allow you to see live, animating radar, track real-time lightning strikes and access recommended safety actions.

More about WRAL WeatherCall

Frequently Asked Questions
Storm-based warnings: local case study

Tell your family and friends about this potentially lifesaving new service and encourage them to sign up! The cost is just $12 a year.

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The WeatherCall service is provided by Media Weather Innovations, LLC. If you need help or have questions about your subscription or the service, contact WeatherCall Customer Service by e-mail ( or call 1-800-260-6695.

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