Open the Settings app. Scroll down and tap on Notifications. Scroll to the bottom of the screen, where you'll see the heading Government Alerts. Toggle off AMBER Alerts and Public Safety Alerts.
To enable or disable notifications, press the Settings Menu on the top left (3 horizontal lines), then select 'Settings'. Under 'Manage Notifications', toggle Government Issued Alerts on or off.
How to set up severe weather alerts on your smartphone or smart speaker
Through the Google App
WEA is one of many ways you can receive emergency notifications. Other sources include NOAA Weather Radio, news media coverage, the Emergency Alert System on radio and TV broadcasts, desktop applications, mobile applications, and other alerting methods offered by local and state public safety agencies.
Although the weather service doesn't recommend it, you can turn off the Amber and emergency alerts under the notifications setting on your phone. On iPhones, go to “settings” and then “notifications.” Scroll down to the bottom of the notifications screen to toggle them off.
Turn on your iPhone or iPad in iOS 10. Open the Settings app. Tap on Notification. Scroll down to Government Alerts.
Emergency Alerts on iPhone
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Enable Rain, Snow, Hail, and Sleet Notifications Open the Weather app and tap the bullet list icon in the bottom right. Under Stay Dry, tap Turn on Notifications. If you can't see this option, tap the three dots icon and choose Notifications. Turn on the switch for My Location and any other desired locations.
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