First Monday of the month means AHAB testing today at noon

Grays Harbor County Emergency Management will conduct its monthly countywide AHAB (All Hazard Alert Broadcast) Siren test today at noon.

AHAB sirens located throughout Grays Harbor County will be included in the test beginning at noon.

The test will once again be Westminster Chimes followed by a voice message. Residents and businesses located within a tsunami inundation area are encouraged to maintain a working NOAA Weather Radio.

For the hearing impaired in the community, the American Sign Language students from Aberdeen High School and Grays Harbor County Emergency Management are sponsoring a free event aimed at the disabled community, Senior Citizens and the entire Spanish speaking community.

The event will be held on Thursday, November 08, from 4-8pm in the Aberdeen High School Commons.

All Hazard Weather Radios and preparedness information will be available to attendees.
If you have any questions or reports regarding the test or event, contact Grays Harbor County Emergency Management at 360-249-3911 or



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