WRBL First Alert Weather App

large_app_icon_20150910010901Never let the weather catch you by surprise again. Our First Alert Weather Team, Bob Jeswald, Kurt Schmitz, Carmen Rose, and Cody Nickel deliver the Chattahoochee Valley’s most accurate forecast for the next day and for the week ahead. Unlike other weather apps, you’ll get a local forecast that is customized for you, wherever you are and when you want it.

Download the WRBL First Alert Weather app for fast, accurate local and national weather at your fingertips. With personal alert notifications, you’ll know when significant weather is heading your way and when to take cover. When you’re traveling, use WRBL First Alert Weather to get real-time weather forecasts, interactive radar and current conditions for anywhere in the U.S.


  • Live, interactive radar with layering options that let you track the storms around you
  • Severe weather alerts from the National Weather Service
  • Accurate hour-by-hour forecasts for the next day and week ahead, wherever you are
  • The latest video forecast from the First Alert Weather Team
  • Current weather conditions for the Chattahoochee Valley and anywhere in the United States
  • Share weather conditions via text message, email, Facebook or Twitter
  • Set multiple custom locations to track forecasts, alerts, radar and more
  • News and weather headlines from WRBL

The WRBL First Alert Weather app utilizes the most advanced radar maps, weather and digital technology available. With its easy-to-use interactive radar, you can take control and see where the storm is now and where it is tracking, then set customized alerts to keep you and your family informed and safe.

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