Weather Warning Systems To Be Tested Across Colorado Tuesday
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DENVER (CBS4) – The National Weather Service will test its warning system across Colorado on Tuesday.
Denver tested its sirens last week and found some were not working.
The Weather Service offices in Boulder, Pueblo, Grand Junction and Goodland, Kan. will test its system on radio and television stations as well as on National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather radio. It could trigger sirens in some communities.
The tests are part of Severe Weather Awareness Week.