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Shielding You From the Storm: Fox 4 storm coverage on web and mobile

Posted at 1:24 PM, May 25, 2018
and last updated 2018-05-25 15:51:17-04

When the power goes out due to a storm and you're left in the dark, Four in Your Corner is still here for you.  

You can always find us on the web or with your smart phone.  Four in Your Corner's website will keep you up to date on all things weather related.  Just head to Fox4Now.com and click on Weather.

That’s where you'll find an interactive radar that allows you move around and zoom in to certain areas.  You'll also find both an hourly and daily forecast, and you can check out any weather alerts. 

For all things hurricane related, head to the Hurricane News tab under All Sections.  There you'll find the latest hurricane stories, videos, and checklists.

And don't forget, you can always watch us live by clicking ‘Watch Fox 4 Now’ on the homepage.

But our website isn't the only place you can get up to date weather information.  Our Storm Shield 4 mobile app is free to download from the app store. It will not only warn you of dangerous weather at home, but also anywhere you go.

Once you download the app, just put in your zip code so it can tailor the app to your specific location. The app will let you know when there are any active alerts in your area.  You can also go to ‘settings’, then ‘manage weather alerts’ to customize the app to your liking.

Four in Your Corner is also on Facebook and Twitter.  You can get all the latest news and weather updates.

If you're looking for videos, you can find us on YouTube.  Just look for Fox 4 Now.  And on Roku we're WFTX.

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Tropical Storm WATCH: An announcement that tropical storm conditions (sustained winds of 39 to 73 mph) are possible within the specified coastal area within 48 hours.

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