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Download the weather app with Action News 5 Meteorologist Ron Childers

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(WMC-TV) – With cold temperatures and the chance of snow for the Mid-South, Action News 5 wants to keep you informed. Meteorologist Ron Childers shows you how to keep track of everything that's going on right in the palm of your hand.

You can do it on your mobile or on your iPad tablet. All you have to do is download the Action News 5 Storm Track app.

It's free and available for your Android systems, as well as the iPhone or iPad. The great thing about this app, you've got the live radar in the palm of your hand.

You can look at the past hour or you can even look at what's expected in the next hour in the way of precipitation.

This weekend and the beginning of next week, temperatures are going to be critical and the Storm Track app has forecasted hour by hour forecasts.

You'll also find links to news stories and our latest video webcasts, so you can stay up-to-date on the always changing weather.

So take a couple minutes today and download the Action News 5 Storm Track App.

Just go to your iTunes store or if you're using an Android system, go to the Play Store.

The best thing about it: it's free and it only takes a few seconds to download.

Action News 5 also offers multiple alerts that will keep you informed about the weather, school and business closings, and breaking news. You can choose which alerts you want to receive by either e-mail or straight to your phone via text messages.

You can also subscribe to our text and e-mail alerts by going here: http://www.wmctv.com/category/217774/preference-center

Get the latest from Action News 5 anytime: iPhone | iPad | Android | SMS Alerts | Email Alerts | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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