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Offficials may tweak weather siren process

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Workers will training in how to spot storm

By Lisa King

After three consecutive weekends of hearing the tornado sirens going off because funnel clouds being were spotted, officials say the criteria for sounding the sirens may need a little tweaking.

Shelby County Emergency Management Agency Director Charlie Frazee said that he realizes that the more residents hear the sirens, the less likely they will be to take it seriously.

Frazee said one thing he is doing about the situation is contacting other counties to see what they are doing.


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