Stormy weather looms, get WBRZ weather information anywhere you are
BATON ROUGE - During severe weather, stay up-to-date with potentially hazardous situations even when you are not near a TV.
Download the WBRZ Weather app for Apple and Android devices. Make sure your "ringer" is on and you'll hear Pat Shingleton's voice in English or Robert Gauthreaux's in Spanish alerting you to severe weather alerts. The voice-alerts and text-alerts are pushed to all app users if push features are activated.
Also, the WBRZ News and Weather social media accounts are active during times of severe weather. Find both WBRZ News and WBRZ Weather on Facebook and Twitter by following @WBRZ and @WBRZweather. Follow #LaWX or #MsWX for posts from people who are tweeting in storm areas.
WBRZ programs a 24/7 weather channel on cable and broadcast TV. Click HERE to watch the live-stream of the WBRZ Weather Channel.
Click HERE for the WBRZ.com weather center.
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