Oviedo Fire Department Masyhead

Oviedo Information

Severe Weather Alerting

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Severe Weather Alerting

     Florida is prone to severe weather including severe thunderstorms, dangerous lightning, hail, tornados, localized flooding, tropical storms & hurricanes, and wildfires.  You can become better prepared for these severe weather events by receiving early notifications. 

     The City of Oviedo has invested in an Outdoor Tornado Siren Warning System to provide an “alert of last resort” for TORNADO SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS.  This alerting system will only be used for a "TORNADO WARNING" issued for Seminole County and directly impacting the Oviedo Community!     

                 We strongly encourage you to subscribe to other alerting methods:

 

  • e-mail and text message alerts from local television or radio media

  • e-mail and text messages from prepareseminole.org 

  • NOAA weather alert radio for the home and business.

     

 
     No single severe weather alerting system is considered the only approach to effective alerting and the more methods of receiving a severe weather alert the better your chances of surviving a potentially dangerous severe weather event!
 
Fore more information please contact our Fire Rescue Administration & Emergency Management main office at 407-971-5611, or visit us at our physical address: 1934 CR 419 West. 
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