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Tornado sirens to be tested in Cape Girardeau County

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CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - Cape Girardeau County will perform its first of what will be a regularly scheduled test of the Outdoor Weather Warning Siren System Wednesday at noon. 

The test will be performed on the first Wednesday of every month at noon. 

The sirens should sound for one minute only. The test will be canceled if there is threatening weather in or near Cape Girardeau County at the time of the scheduled test. 

In the event of an actual “Tornado Warning” or a “Warning for 75mph or greater straight line Winds” the sirens would sound for three minutes. 

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