DialMyCalls.com offers automated weather alerts for its members to prepare for hurricane season 2013. The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season will officially begin on June 1, 2013 and according to experts, it's going to be an "above average" season this year. Philip Klotzbach and William Gray, meteorologists at Colorado State University, predict 18 storms, nine of which will strengthen into hurricanes. (Source: ibtimes.com) Residents living in areas of the United States that must prepare for hurricane season 2013 can sign up for an account with DialMyCalls and begin setting up their own automated weather alerts. Our system offers families, businesses, churches, and even entire cities an extremely easy and effective way to send out important messages via phone and text. Let's say that during the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season, a storm is projected to hit your city and you must evacuate. DialMyCalls would allow cities to send out an evacuation message to every single resident in a matter of minutes. Families can use our weather alert system to quickly communicate with their friends and fellow family members, alerting them that they are safe once the storm has passed. Small business owners and large corporations can use our system to send out messages to their staff, alerting them of office closures and updated work schedules. June 1, 2013 is right around the corner and with 18 storms projected, it is time to start preparing early for the Atlantic hurricane season - sign up for a DialMyCalls account today to begin setting up your own personal weather alerts.
Tropical Storm Debby formed in the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend and has been slamming Florida with tons of rain and extreme weather.
Amidst the massive amount of rainfall
that Tropical Storm Debby is producing, the extreme force of nature
is also creating deadly tornadoes. It is said that at least one
person has died due to the tornadoes that were spawned by the slow
moving storm off the coast of Florida. With sustained winds now at 50
mph, Debby could quite possibly move ashore near the panhandle of
Florida. What are Tropical Storm Debby Text Message Alerts and how
could they help your community?
Weather is quite unpredictable and even
though professionals spend their lives studying tropical storms and
other various forces of nature, sometimes their predictions and
forecasts are wrong - don't be caught off guard in these
DialMyCalls offers an emergency
notification service that allows individuals, families, small towns,
and entire states to set up an extremely effective early warning
system. In the case of Tropical Storm Debby, our services could send
out hundreds to hundreds of thousands of text message alerts in a
matter of seconds. Alert your family, friends or citizens of storm
warnings, flood watches, mandatory evacuations and disaster relief
Our emergency notification service is
extremely easy to set up and there is absolutely no hardware
installation necessary - all text messages are sent via online web
browser. Keep everyone up to date with the latest weather news by
setting up and sending out Tropical Storm Debby Text Message Alerts.
The 2012 hurricane season doesn't begin until June 1st but Tropical Storm Alberto seems to have arrived a little early to the party.
On Saturday March 19, 2012, the first
named storm of the 2012 hurricane season became a reality as tropical
storm Alberto loomed off of the coast of South Carolina. While the
storm only had maximum sustained winds of 45mph yesterday at 5pm EST
and posed no threat to the United States, it has people on edge and
getting prepared early.
With a year that has already brought
several different forms (deadly tornadoes & blizzards) of severe
weather to the states, you have to wonder if tropical storm Alberto
forming prior to the official June 1st start date of
Hurricane Season 2012 is a sign of things to come. (As of Monday, May
21, 2012, tropical storm Alberto poses no threat to the United States
as it is headed back out to sea.
Will hurricane season 2012 be chock
full of severe storms that wreak havoc on the United States?
Hopefully we have a quiet summer with no deadly storms but just in
case there is a hurricane that is going to make landfall in America,
it is always good to be prepared.
DialMyCalls offers a severe weather
alert system that will prepare you for the 2012 hurricane season.
Setting up automated weather alerts + emergency notifications allows
you to quickly and efficiently communicate with your entire community
in the event of a natural disaster.
Our voice broadcasting service allows
you to set up automated weather alerts + emergency notifications so
that your city, town or state is prepared for hurricane season 2012.
You can simply import a list of all of the contact information for
the citizens of your town or have a special opt-in option on your
website (users into their phone number + name to be added to your
contact list within DialMyCalls). When your city is in danger of
being hit by a hurricane, you can then send out a voice message, text
message and email, alerting citizens to take shelter or evacuate.
Sign up for an account today with
DialMyCalls and set up automated weather alerts + emergency
notifications for your city in time for hurricane season 2012.
While some folks are preparing for snow, Cuba, Key West and Florida are keeping a close watch on Hurricane Rina.
In the event that Hurricane Rina does
make a drastic move and heads towards Key West, citizens should be
prepared by using DialMyCalls to send out text message alerts. By
signing up for our service, which is free, you will be able to create
a list of contacts that you can send a text message to in the event
of an emergency - send thousands of messages at once.
Once your contacts are imported into
your DialMyCalls account, you may then set up your own Hurricane Rina
text message alerts. Let your family know that you are safe and
sound, warn locals of potential dangers such as flooding and high
winds and send out evacuation notices should Rina threaten the lives
of anyone in its path.
Don't be caught off guard with
Hurricane Rina looming below the United States. Sign up for
DialMyCalls today and prepare your emergency text message alerts.
Prepare for winter 2011 by setting up a blizzard preparation voice broadcasting service to send out snow day calls for school closings and community emergencies.
A blizzard is a serious force of
nature and this winter we here at DialMyCalls want everyone to be
prepared. Our snow day call system will allow communities and schools
to send out notifications to thousands of people in an instant. The
last thing anybody wants is to get trapped in a terrible snow storm -
be prepared with DialMyCalls!
Schools across the country in areas
that could potentially be hit by blizzards should really invest in an
emergency broadcasting system such as DialMyCalls. Alert parents,
faculty and students of school closings via our Snow Day calling
service. Quickly spread the message via voice message and/or text
message that there will be no school in session due to the extreme
winter weather conditions outside.
Apart from schools using snow day
calls, small towns and municipalities as well as entire states can
use our services as an emergency alert system. Send out thousands of
voice and text message warnings to your entire city/state, notifying
its citizens of blizzards and extreme snowfall.
When it comes to winter time and the
weather, don't be caught off guard. Sign up for DialMyCalls' snow day
calling service today!
Tropical Storm Ophelia is steadily strengthening out in the Atlantic Ocean and DialMyCalls wants you to be prepared should it make landfall in the United States.
DialMyCalls knows a thing or two about
hurricanes as we are located in Jupiter, Florida and we know that
being prepared is vital. With Hurricane season at its peak, Tropical
Storm Ophelia will most likely strengthen before it threatens to hit
the United States and our text message alerts can help you, should
the storm make landfall in your area.
Small communities, cities, groups (such
as churches) and families can use our voice broadcasting service as
an emergency notification system. Let's use Tropical Storm Ophelia as
an example since it's a potential threat to the United States. Once
signed up for DialMyCalls, the user can begin to import all of their
contacts that they would like to receive their text message alerts.
Once all of the numbers you wish to contact are in your control
panel, you will be able to send them all a voice message or text
Should Hurricane Ophelia pose a threat
to your community or family, you can send out a text message like the
following: "Please evacuate your homes and head to the local church
shelter as we prepare for Ophelia to hit our community." After
creating your custom text message alert, you may then send it out to
everyone in your contact list instantly - it will be received with
in a matter of seconds.
While traditional weather alert systems
still work, we here at DialMyCalls believe that our text message
alerts are a much more efficient and quick way to notify thousands of
people at once. Be prepared for Tropical Storm Ophelia by signing up
for our voice broadcasting service today!
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