Alabama SAF-T-Net

Alabama SAF-T-Net

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Severe Weather Alerting: When It Matters, Where It Matters.

The Alabama SAF-T-Net® app alerts you to impending weather danger at locations like home, work or your kids’ school, so you can protect your family by knowing what’s coming—up to 15 minutes before the storm hits. It’s also a great year-round weather app, complete with current conditions, forecasts and an easy-to-use weather map with radar, satellite imagery and more.

Choose to receive any or all of these alert types:
• Special Baron alerts for dangerous storms approaching, as well as “twisting” storms that may cause tornadoes
• National Weather Service storm-based warnings for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and flash floods

• Integrated weather alerts with Baron Tornado Index (BTI) rankings for up to four locations, including your current location
• Current and forecast conditions based on city, zip code or your current location
• Nationwide radar, satellite imagery, temperature and more
• User-submitted storm imagery to local emergency management offices
• Interactive weather map with pan and zoom
• National Hurricane Center (NHC) track forecast cones
• 3 and 7-day forecasts in both quick view and detailed formats
• National Weather Service county and storm-based warnings on the map

Featuring the Baron Tornado Index

The Baron-exclusive alerts are accompanied by a simple 1-to-10 ranking on the likelihood of a tornado within the approaching storm cell. Called the Baron Tornado Index (BTI), this ranking is more local and accurate than regional alerts.

Use It Every Day

The Alabama SAF-T-Net app is also a powerful everyday weather app, with nationwide radar, forecasts, satellite imagery, current conditions and more. An easy-to-use slider lets you scan through the next 24 hours of forecasted conditions, so you can see what the weather will be like at times and locations important to you.

***NOTE FOR CURRENT SUBSCRIBERS TO TEXT MESSAGES, EMAILS AND VOICE CALLS FROM ALABAMA SAF-T-NET: To avoid receiving duplicate alerts from the app and your existing text/email/voice account, please text “stop” to 61872, or log in to your web-based account to disable your current alerts.

Visit the FAQ page at to learn how to disable alerts. It is recommended that you configure alerts in the app before disabling your original account to prevent disruption in alerting service. You can configure your weather notifications in the app by tapping the Alabama SAF-T-Net logo at the top-left of the screen, then tapping “SAF-T-Net Alerts” in the resulting menu tab. Then tap “Settings” at the top-right to set your preferences.

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Recently changed in this version

- Improved Map animation speed
- Added Homescreen Widget Support
- Improved Battery usage

Comments and ratings for Alabama SAF-T-Net
  • (51 stars)

    by Stephen Cash on 06/12/2014

    Great app! Widget needs some work

  • (51 stars)

    by James Kelley on 29/11/2014

    Uses a ungodly amount of battery trying to find my location. This is s really bad idea.

  • (51 stars)

    by tom hall on 27/11/2014

    It continually searches for my location by never finds it, it will not let me input my location either. Please help!

  • (51 stars)

    by Kris Mccomas on 27/11/2014

    The pin for my location and the other locations I have added are there until I put it in motion then they disappear. Why is this? It wasnt like that until the update before last. I really dont like that. Thanks.

  • (51 stars)

    by Michael Schulte on 20/11/2014

    Thank you

  • (51 stars)

    by Cheryl Hainer on 06/11/2014

    Let's me know what's going on here and at my son's school. Great!

  • (51 stars)

    by Beverly Lang on 04/11/2014

    I usually know before anyone else about the changing weather. Everyone always wants to know where I'm getting my info.

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