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Byline: Bebe Bahnsen STAFF WRITER
Buying a weather radio, which sounds an alarm in case of severe weather, could be difficult, if not impossible, for the next few weeks.
Some models of the radios, which the National Weather Service says should be in every home, are sold out nationwide. Radios that can be programmed to receive weather warnings only for specific counties instead of for a wider area are in particularly short supply.
Some manufacturers said that stores around the country began selling out of the radios just after the Feb. 23 tornadoes that decimated parts of Central Florida.
"When the media got hold of those storms that hit Florida is when (sales) seemed just to explode. I think the next two days we got orders for over …