Weather permitting, the Outdoor Siren Test will be conducted Wednesday February 7 at 12 noon.The monthly test is scheduled for the first Wednesday of each month, weather permitting. The forecast for Wednesday is cloudy with showers likely and a high of 64 degrees.Should the test be cancelled, it will be re-scheduled for Wednesday February 14 at 12 noon.Additionally, citizens should remember Outdoor Warning Sirens are intended to alert persons who are involved with outdoor activities. There is no guarantee they will hear an Outdoor Warning Siren when it is activated. Persons indoors should not depend on Outdoor Warning Sirens as their primary way of being warned.There are many other ways to receive an emergency alert. One way is with a NOAA Weather Radio. NOAA Weather Radios are inexpensive and can be programmed to receive watches and warnings for one or more counties. They would make a wonderful gift. Another way is by using the TuscALERT notification system, which will send a message to the user’s phone if their address is included in an issued watch or warning. The system is customizable by user. Sign up for TuscALERT by visiting www.TuscAlert.com.This media release was provided by Tuscaloosa County EMA.