August 20, 2014

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Fair

94°
Conditions at North Texas Regional Airport, TX
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KXII First Alert


Introducing "First Alert" - A KXII first!

All you need is a computer and Internet access to get instant weather and news with a click of the mouse. Download First Alert free of charge in just a few minutes, and with it instant access to local and national radar, and important late breaking news alerts from the KXII Newsroom.

Click here to download your FREE First Alert!

First Alert is a FREE, small, simple application which you can download and install on your Windows based personal computer (currently not available to Mac users), designed to provide you with the latest news and weather alerts without ever leaving your desk.

Features of First Alert include:


  • Current Temperature Display

  • Current weather conditions

  • Severe weather warning alerts

  • Late Breaking news alerts

  • Local and National Doppler radar

  • Your Personal Forecast

  • It's absolutely FREE!


First Alert also features:

  • County Specific Weather Warnings, Watches and Advisories

  • Zoomable Maps

  • Hour by Hour Forecast for Up to 4 Locations

  • Rush hour traffic alerts

  • It's Still Absolutely FREE!!


How does First Alert work?

The First Alert control panel sits directly on your computer desktop. To minimize the window, just click on the X in the upper right corner. The current temperature will be displayed in your Windows task bar.

During severe weather warnings or late breaking news, you will receive a text crawl directly on your computer. The crawl is preceded by an audible alert sound, to bring attention to your computer.

All you need is an Internet connection. No web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape is required to receive the benefits of First Alert.

If you would like to be a click away from the latest news and weather information,

CLICK HERE to download your FREE First Alert now!

Having trouble with First Alert? Click here

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