The City of Ann Arbor outdoor warning siren system test will be conducted today, Tuesday June 11, at 1 pm.
The city has 22 siren locations, which are tested every second Tuesday of the month, March through November, with one-minute of steady wailing.
Washtenaw County’s outdoor warning sirens are usually tested at noon the first Saturday of each month March through September. Due to a continuing threat of severe weather, today’s test has been cancelled.
Washtenaw County Emergency Operations Center: “SIREN TEST CANCELLED. SEVERE STORMS WITH 60 MPH WINDS, ISOLATED TORNADOES AND URBAN FLOODING ARE POSSIBLE TODAY/TONIGHT.”