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Local resources for help during severe weather

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With severe weather in the forecast for the Tennessee Valley Wednesday night, here are some resources to help you stay safe.

If a tornado touches down in your area, be sure you and your family members have a designated safe place.

READ MORE | How to identify your safe place in severe weather

To report an injury, call 911.

READ MORE | Checklist for storm preparedness

The local Red Cross has volunteers on stand by. Click here to learn more about help for storm victims or call 423-265-3455.

The Red Cross has an app called Safe & Well that will allow you to check on the well-being of a loved one if their area is hit hard by severe weather.

READ MORE | Red Cross provides severe weather safety tips

The Salvation Army of Chattanooga is also on stand by in the event of severe weather. Click here for a list of area command posts and community centers or call 423-756-1023 in Chattanooga and 423-308-3467 in Cleveland.

READ MORE | Storm shelters open as severe weather threatens

In the event of power outages, here are links and phone numbers to area utilities to report outages: 

READ MORE | Power outages around the Tennessee Valley

Download the WRCB weather app for iPhone and Droid by searching for "WRCB" in your app store or clicking here.

Click here to track the weather from your desktop or mobile device.

Stay with WRCBtv.com for weather updates as they become available.

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