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NEWS102.3 KRMG StormCenter Alerts

In advance of and during a storm, time can save lives. That's why NEWS102.3 KRMG offers StormCenter Alerts sent directly to your wireless phone for FREE. When you sign up, you'll get the text messages sent directly to your cell when we activate the NEWS102.3 KRMG StormCenter.

StormCenter is our term for the activation of severe weather coverage on NEWS102.3 & AM740 KRMG. Learn more about our StormCenter coverage.

To subscribe, text the word WEATHER to 95920 and you'll begin immediately receiving NEWS102.3 KRMG StormCenter updates on your mobile device to  help you stay informed of impending weather.

The NEWS102.3 KRMG StormCenter will send you an alert whenever a severe weather warning is issued for an adjacent county and is expected to reach Tulsa, or in preparation for a major weather event (snow/ice, tornado from another county doing damage).  

EXAMPLE StormCenter text:

STORMCENTER:  Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued by Nat'l Weather Service for multiple counties as storms approach Tulsa. Live team coverage on NEWS102.3 KRMG and http://krmg.com


Frequently asked questions:

Q:  Is the service really free?

A:  NEWS102.3 KRMG does not charge for text messages sent to or received from 95920; however, if you do not have unlimited text messages on your wireless plan; you may be subject to standard text rates through your wireless provider.

Q:  A thunderstorm warning was issued for Tulsa County, but I didn't receive a text.

A:  You will only receive a text message upon activation of The NEWS102.3 KRMG StormCenter, if there is a new and serious threat to public safety, and/or there is breaking news associated with the storm (damage, etc).

Q:  What times of day can I expect to receive texts from NEWS102.3 KRMG?

A: We only send StormCenter text alerts between the hours of 7am - 10pm, unless there is a tornado warning for one of our StormCenter counties (Creek, Mayes, Okmulgee, Osage, Pawnee, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner, and Washington)

Q:  Why was my text message so delayed? I received an alert after a storm warning had already expired.

A:  Generally, texts are instantaneous. From the time we push 'send' in our system, to the time you receive the alert, it should be less than 30 seconds. However, sometimes, wireless providers have text alerts that get delayed in transit due to system maintenance or other provider issues. Sometimes, you may have had a lack of signal strength or signal outage when the text was sent, which may also cause a delay in receipt. If you experience these problems regularly, please contact us.

Q:  I've signed up, but I'm still not receiving messages from NEWS102.3 KRMG during severe weather. What should I do?

A:  Report the problem here

Q:  I'm unable to send and receive text message on my cell phone. Is there another way I can get StormCenter information from you on the go?

A:  While text messages are the quickest and most effective means of alerting you to a severe weather threat, you can also get StormCenter information on our Facebook page at http://facebook.com/krmgtulsa. Remember to always have a batter powered radio at home in case the power goes out and/or cell service becomes unavailable during a storm.

Q:  Does NEWS102.3 KRMG offer text messages for breaking news and traffic alerts?

A:  Yes, to begin receiving Breaking News alerts on your mobile device, text the word, "NEWS" to 95920; for Red Alert Traffic notices, text the word, "TRAFFIC" to 95920.


  • “Text HELP for help.”
  • “Text STOP to cancel”
  • “Message and data rates may apply”

NEWS102.3 KRMG promises to use your contact information only for the purpose of performing the services (text alerts) for which you provided it to us. We promise not to sell or rent your contact information to third parties.

  • The holiday weekend may have started with storms, but the sun is getting ready to make a comeback.   We still have two more days left in the holiday weekend and the forecast is improving. For Sunday, it will be cooler, sunny and the high should be around 80 degrees. National Weather Service says Monday will be even better. “Should be dry,” NWS said.  “The low for Monday morning should be in the mid to upper 50s.  The high for Monday afternoon will be in the upper 80s.” Following sunrise Sunday morning, there isn't any more rain in the forecast until Wednesday.
  • It was a gruesome discovery in Bartlesville on Saturday.   Police and OSBI are investigating what is believed to be a murder-suicide. The incident happened in the area of 1400 SW Maple. Officials report two people, thought to be husband and wife, were found deceased. So far, no names have been released. KRMG will update the story when more information comes into the newsroom.
  • Organizers of Rocklahoma decided to delay part of the concert shortly before 6:30pm Saturday night. At around 10:15pm, a Facebook post said, “We regretfully must cancel the remainder of the performances scheduled for tonight.” Most of northeast Oklahoma is under a Tornado Watch until 12am. Tune to NEWS102.3 and AM740 KRMG for the latest on the severe weather threat.
  • Meteorologists with the National Weather Service office in Tulsa say this is the most unstable air in the Tulsa area so far this storm season. A Tornado Watch is issued for most of northeast Oklahoma, including Tulsa County until 12am. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning was issued for Mayes, Wagoner and Okmulgee counties until 10:30pm. Organizers of Rocklahoma, in Pryor, delayed part of the show Saturday night shortly before 6:30pm. There is some good news. The National Weather Service is projecting sunny skies for Sunday.  Tune to NEWS102.3 and AM740 KRMG for the latest on the severe weather threat. You can also download the KRMG app and set up the weather alerts for your area.
  • A 43-year-old pilot is dead, following a small aircraft crash Friday night in Leflore County. Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports the crash happened around 7:42 p.m., near Arkoma. “A witness who observed the aircraft for approximately 20 to 25 minutes, advised the aircraft began flying in steep banked spiral, entered a fast downward spiral and collided with the ground, resulting in a small explosion,” OHP said.   Richard Biggerstaff was pronounced dead at the scene.  There were no passengers on the aircraft.   A cause for the crash is still under investigation.