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This has been going on for a while, but really irritating today. I'm trying to watch coverage on the Weather Channel (channel 55 in Phoenix area) and it is unwatchable due to weather warnings completely out of my area in Tucson announced over and over repeatedly for hours. I have family in Florida and trying to watch the hurricane coverage and you can't hear the sound because of the incessant voice over of a computer for 4 hours now about weather warnings over a hundred miles away from me. Some thunderstorm down in Pima county.
I saw this a couple of months ago and thought about writing a note on this forum, but now it is especially annoying when you want to get information and this is the best source. This is already crawling on the bottom of the screen. There is no reason to keep the announcement running on audio with the annoying computer voice for HOURS. Please fix.
Thanks for the reply. Now, there is a mostly continuous air quality advisory running, so can't hear the regular audio feed again. Are you sure there isn't some type of computer code that you all have that makes this repeat? The recording ends, then you hear a loud beep and it plays over again, and again. Do you have any ideas who else to contact about this? The Weather Channel directly? What local government? Someone at Cox has to know how this originates. There is obviously something wrong as I shouldn't be getting warnings from Tucson when I live in Phoenix.