Three new weather sirens are being installed to warn residents before severe weather strikes. Emergency Management officials say there are weather sirens in at least 75 percent of Vanderburgh County but there are still areas in need. Vienna Road, U.S. 41 near the state police post and St. George and Ward Roads will all have new sirens by the end of the month. They are areas Emergency Management Director, Sherman Greer says still need sirens to help all county residents remain safe. Letting those outside know to take cover before a severe thunderstorm or tornado hits. Greer says they plan to place even more sirens in the northeast part of the county because of growing urban sprawl.