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@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@ National Weather Service Alert Data
Overview
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-This package pulls in 'near realtime' alert data from the National Weather Service (NWS) CAP index feed. It's an ATOM/XML
-feed with additional CAP 1.1 defined fields.
+This package pulls in 'near realtime' alert data from the National Weather Service (NWS) CAP index feed. It's an
+ATOM/XML feed with additional CAP 1.1 defined fields.
@@ -18,8 +18,8 @@ SAME Codes and Geo Location
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Currently this project makes extensive use of SAME codes, it's been noted that 'not all NWS products are issued with a
SAME Code'. However, 'County/Zone codes are provided for all CAP 1.1 messages.' I've noticed that a lot of Alaskan
-alerts do not ship with SAME codes, some don't appear to ship with any geocodes... Most lower 48 alerts do, in fact,
-I haven't seen one that didn't. For this reason though, we'll be incorperating county/zone codes and Storm based
+alerts do not ship with SAME codes, some don't appear to ship with any geocodes... Most lower 48 alerts do, in fact,
+I haven't seen one that didn't. For this reason though, we'll be incorperating county/zone codes and Storm based
location information in the near future.
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@@ -5,8 +5,8 @@ Using WeatherAlerts
Simple example
===============
-This are three examples of the simplest implementation, import the WeatherAlerts class, create an instance requesting alerts for
-an area based on one or more SAMECODES or bt requesting an entire State.
+This are three examples of the simplest implementation, import the WeatherAlerts class, create an instance requesting
+alerts for an area based on one or more SAMECODES or bt requesting an entire State.
.. code-block:: python

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