The city of Decatur will test its tornado siren system at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Photo: Courtesy of the city of Decatur
Photo: Courtesy of the city of Decatur

Decatur’s tornado sirens will ring for one minute on Wednesday

If you hear a large sound toward the end of your work day, don’t be alarmed. 

The city of Decatur will test its Tornado Outdoor Warning Siren System at 5 p.m. Wednesday, officials announced on its Facebook page. 

The test should last one minute. 

Should there be inclement weather, the test will be postponed to Thursday. 

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