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What is the difference between a Watch and a Warning?

A Watch (tornado, severe thunderstorm, etc.) means a particular hazard is possible and conditions are more favorable than usual for its occurrence. A watch is a recommendation for planning, preparation, increased awareness, and to be alert for changing weather, listen for further information, and think about what to do if the danger materializes.


A Warning (tornado, severe thunderstorm, etc.) means a particular weather hazard is either imminent or has been reported. A warning indicates the need to take action to protect life and property. The type of hazard is reflected in the type of warning (tornado warning, blizzard warning, thunderstorm warning, etc.).

Annual Pancake Breakfast 

The Cicero Fire Department Auxiliary hosts an annual Community Pancake Breakfast on the last Saturday in April at the Cicero Fire Department located at 1359 Stringtown Pike in Cicero.