KAUKAUNA — If the tornado siren in your neighborhood sounds a little different this spring, it’s still best to head the warning and take cover.
Outagamie County Emergency Management is moving around some sirens in the city, according to a recent Facebook post.
The have moved a temporary siren to the former St. Aloysius School. The St. Al’s siren will be relocated to Electa Quinney school after the school year is completed in June.
“The siren will sound different then our normal sirens, but it will warn you if a tornado warning is issued in the area. Thank you for your patience,” the Facebook post read.
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