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Storm Tracker Personal Forecast

Storm Tracker 21's Chief Meteorologist Eric Wilhelm uses cutting-edge weather technology to give you our Valley's most accurate and dependable forecast!

Now, we're excited to offer you your very own Storm Tracker Personal Forecast - absolutely FREE!

The Storm Tracker Personal Forecast is a personalized weather web page, advanced enough to offer you an hour-by-hour forecast for up to four specific locations! Bookmark the page, add it to your list of favorites, and access it any time!

Other services only give you weather forecasts for a particular region. But the Storm Tracker Personal Forecast uses an address you provide to design a specific forecast for exactly when and where you need it!

Best of all, it's FREE! Now you'll have access to the same information the award-winning Storm Team 21 uses to prepare their daily forecasts!

When you sign-up you will receive ...

  • Hour-by-Hour Forecast Updated 4 Times Daily
  • A Personal Forecast you can use to Plan Your Work or Leisure Activities
  • Up to 4 Different Locations Across the Valley and U.S.
  • Choices of 2 Daily General Forecast E-mails
  • Instant Severe Weather E-mail Alerts
  • Severe Weather Alert Map on Your Personal Forecast Page
  • User Friendly
  • And Again, it's all FREE!

And when you sign up for your Storm Tracker Personal Forecast you will become a 21 WFMJ Insider. You will be the first to know about special programs and events, the first to know about contests and you will have the chance to take part in unique online only contests! Most importantly, we won't sell or give out your e-mail address to anyone! So, sign up today and become an Insider and get your personal forecast from the Valley's #1 weather team!

If you have questions about the Storm Tracker Personal Forecast, please feel free to e-mail us at weather@wfmj.com.

Click here to sign-up for or sig-in to Storm Tracker Personal Forecast.



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